Commercial Drone Pilot: CFR Part 107

Aeronautical Proficiency Training

May 21 2019 • 1 hr 3 mins

This is the audio version of a live presentation from the FAA Safety Center in Oshkosh Wisconsin during AirVenture 2018.

The full video presentation can be access here and earn FAA WINGS credit too: https://www.faasteamtv.com/SafetyCenter/UND2018

A 70 minute presentation filmed before an audience on 25 July 2018 during EAA AirVenture 2018 in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. Includes a brief overview of law enforcement use of small unmanned aircraft systems (sUAS) and then focuses on a comprehensive explanation of 14 CFR Part 107: “The Small UAS Rule”.

Alan Frazier is an associate professor within the University of North Dakota’s John D. Odegard School of Aerospace Sciences. Courses taught include: Public Safety Aviation; Helicopter Aerodynamics; General Aviation Management and Operations; Instrument Regulations and Procedures; and Advanced Helicopter Operations.

He also serves as a flight instructor and stage check pilot providing instruction in airplanes (land and sea) and helicopters. He has accumulated over 8400 hours of pilot-in-command flight time with over 4600 hours as a flight instructor. He holds an FAA Airline Transport Pilot Certificate and is rated to fly airplanes (single and multiengine), helicopters, gliders and small unmanned aircraft.

Professor Frazier was selected as the 2016 recipient of the Airborne Law Enforcement Association’s UAS Award. The UAS Unit Frazier supervises received the International Association of Chiefs of Police 2016 Excellence in Police Aviation Award.