Certified Remote Pilots including Commercial Operators
Pilots completing sUAS operations for work or business must follow the FAA’s rules titled “14 CFR Part 107”. To simplify this ruling the FAA defines three main steps for remote pilots operating under Part 107.
1. Learn the Rules
2. Become an FAA-Certified Drone Pilot by passing the knowledge test
3. Register your drone with the FAA
Recreational Flyers & Community-Based Organizations
For those who use drones for leisure or personal enjoyment alone, Congress developed the Exception for Limited Recreational Operations of Unmanned Aircraft to exclude them from Part 107 regulations. All recreational flyer regulations must be followed by those who fly under this Exception.
More information for flight under this exemption can be found here.
According to the “RID-ASTM-F3586-22-NOA-22-01” means of compliance, Parrot has developed the Anafi Ai and Anafi USA with compatible Remote ID functionality.
After receiving declarations of compliance and FAA approval, Parrot is now registered on the official FAA website list, publicly accessible here.