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UAS Flex 101


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Existing, happening, or operating in the air
The structure of an aircraft without the power plant
Fixed Wing
An aircraft capable of flight using wings that generate lift caused by the vehicle's forward airspeed and the shape of the wings
A UAS with more than two rotors
Single Rotor
An unmanned autonomous helicopter
A group of related parts that move or work together to perform a specific task
Not having or needing a crew or person to operate
Unmanned Aerial System
A collection of electronics, motors, and propeller(s) mounted on an airframe, can be controlled through a 'pilot' from the ground or increasingly, autonomously following a pre-programmed mission
Cost Of Repairs
The costs incurred to bring an asset back to an earlier condition
A sum imposed as punishment for an offense
The quality or state of being liable
Loss Of Use
Compensation for inability to use an asset via a lawsuit
Failure to exercise the care that a reasonably prudent person would exercise in like circumstances
Personal Harm
An injury affecting one's physical and mental person
Freedom from unauthorized intrusion
Property Damage
An injury to real or personal property caused by negligence or willfulness
Replacement Value
Cost for replacement of an asset at current value
The act of carefully watching someone or something
Certificate Of Authorization
Authorization issued by the FAA to a public operator for a specific UAS activity
Commercial Operations
Any operation that does not meet the statutory criteria for a public aircraft operation and is conducted for pay or provides a service
Model Aircraft Operations
UAS flown for hobby or recreational purposes
Part 107
Rules for non-hobbyist small unmanned aircraft (UAS) operations cover a broad spectrum of commercial uses for drones weighing less than 55 pounds
Public Aircraft
Limited by federal statue to certain government operations within U.S. airspace
Public Operations
Operations that do not have a commercial purpose
Remote Pilot Certification
First and only FAA airman certificate specifically for the use and operation of small unmanned aircraft systems
Section 336
FAA special rules for model aircraft
Suitable or fitting for a particular purpose, meet FAA, State or local laws or regulations 101.04
Commercial Purposes
Using your UAS for a profit or monetary gain 101.04
An environmental requirement that meet FAA, State, or local laws or regulations 101.04
Daylight Hours
The time after sunrise and before sunset while it is light outside 101.04
Flight Plan
Based on the flight team's mission, gives the team the opportunity to plot the safest and most efficient path the aircraft will take 101.04
Ground Level
A height measured with respect to the underlying ground surface 101.04
Not proper or suitable, specifically regarding FAA, State or local laws or regulations 101.04
Manned Flight
A flight that is piloted by a human or is carrying a human being 101.04
The quality or state of being apart from company or observation 101.04
The state of being near 101.04
Risk Management Plan
Should assess possible risks to individuals and property, weather risks, equipment failure risks, and determine emergency procedures 101.04