We are at the halfway mark in the 2021 Drone Safety Week. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) associates these events with themselves. If you are yet to participate in the event, do not waste time and get started. Most of the events are virtual this year, and there will be a lot to look into until Friday.
2021 Drone Safety Week Updates
The 2021 drone events are exciting the drone enthusiasts around the world. The fans are coming in huge numbers to visualize their most favorite events so far in the week. Here, we will be looking at some of the most specified drone safety week events of 2021. They are as follows:
16th September 2021 (Thursday)
The Remote ID Rule Review will happen at 11 am EST. Kevin Morris, FAA correspondent, will be in the hot seat. You will also see one-on-one interviews by Keith of Alien Drones. By following it, you will understand better the new remote ID rules and how FAA applies them to real-world drone pilots. You can catch the event on their YouTube channel.
Second, in the drone safety week events, we have a Remote ID Compliance Strategy Webinar about two hours after the Remote ID rule review. The webinar of the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI), which is responsible for unmanned vehicles, owns the responsibility. They will be discussing new FAA rules based on remote ID.
Well-known people, such as Matthew Satterley of Wing, Gabriel Cox of Intel, and Aaron Pierce of Pierce Aerospace will be there. They will be discussing their long-term approach. Make sure to get yourself registered for the event.
17th September 2021 (Friday)
On Friday, the first drone safety week event is AUVSI’s Garnering Public Acceptance of UAS through Public Safety and Media Operations. It is happening at 1 pm ET. The Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI), a company that organizes unmanned vehicles, is the center of attention. They will discuss how the FAA is working hard to collaborate with the user groups to ensure efficient UAS operations. You can register yourself now for the event.