of information and other research on FAA proposed ruling:
Podcast with Tyler Dobbs. Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9SNtwToAMcY&t=426s
Freedom Coalition: Link: FPVFC.org
see the “Remote ID response”. Week of Feb 10.
Institute: link: pilotinstitute.org/blogs
Tube searches: FAA NPRM regarding the FAA drone rules
to do to impact the FAA rules committee final decisions:
- Go to (Regulations.gov docket#
FAA-2019-1100) and give your inputs before the deadline of March 2,
2020. Your input can not be a copy
of someone else. It must be in your own words or at lease your own
format. You can attach your larger
comment documents (pdf) rather than type up to 5000 characters in the box
- Also send your input
document to your Senators and Congressman. It is an election year so get
them on board now. If the rules
don’t get corrected, the legislators can force them to be changed later.
- Be constructive, not
hostile with your comments. I think
the inputs will be sorted into three buckets: A - objections with constructive
suggestions, B -objections only, C- hostile. You can imagine what they will do with
inputs matters as much as what is said (groups A & B). You can only
post one time, but you can encourage others (pilots and non pilots) to submit inputs. Even car drivers that
don’t want to have a tracking device in their car should say no this NPRM.
for your input document:
- Tell them what your interests are:
(building, design & optimizing, vintage, types of flying, etx.) How many planes of what size, type.
What you gain or loose from this recreation.
- Identify specific items in the proposal
that you are most concerned about.
- Make recommendations
that you prefer to address the FAA specific concerns.