The Association is grateful to Board Members James Van Meter of Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty for allowing us to give you a link to “Rise of the Drones: Managing the Unique Risks Associated with Unmanned Aircraft Systems.” In this excellent paper, Allianz, one of the leading aviation industry insurers, gives you, not only an overview of all things UAS, but the nature and scope of the risks presented by UAS operations and how to protect/insure against them. Thank you…
We would like to offer our thanks for the huge turnout we had for our free webinar on UAS Webinar Series – Drones & Insurance: The Next Steps! For those of you who could not make it, we are providing a downloadable version of the slides used, as well as a link to the full presentation so that you can listen at your leisure.
Part 107 Waivers, Exemptions, and Certifications – How to Do All the Things You Can’t Do Event details Webinar – no charge Date and time Wednesday, August 17, 2016 1–2:30 p.m. ET RSVP Part 107 goes into effect on August 29, 2016. The new regulations are flexible, but there are still many things that you cannot do . . . or can you? Part 107 established a system of waivers to help people unlock additional opportunities such as flight over people,…
Meeting of the UAS Insurance Association July 28, 2016 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm eastern RSVP Agenda Introductions Mission The Founding Board Website -www.uasinsurance.org Membership Insurers/Brokers Risk Managers Operators Manufacturers Government Attorneys Others Dues Sponsorships Advocacy FAA Micro UAS Working Group FAA UAS Advisory Committee Meetings Programs Webinars – August 17 Publications Regulatory Update Part 107 Waivers/Exemptions
The United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia, oftentimes referred to as the second most powerful court in the country because so many cases involve the Government and end up in the Supreme Court, dismissed an appeal by the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) whereby they sought to compel the FAA, as part of the small UAS rulemaking, to promulgate privacy rules [Link]. The dismissal was premised on procedural issues and, once Part 107 is published, there…
When is an aircraft not an aircraft? At first glance, this would seem to be the type of question that Lewis Carrol would ask, as it seems to answer itself. An “aircraft,” by definition, is always an “aircraft,” in much the same way that a “duck” is always a “duck,” particularly when it both walks and quacks like one. Of course, if you are facing potential criminal and civil penalties, even self-evident questions become worthy of extensive litigation and briefing….