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  • Faces in Aviation: Bill Feuerstein, FAA Tech Center Engineer

    The FAA Technical Center is the nation’s premier aviation research, development, test and evaluation facility for air transportation systems, and has been for more than 60 years. Located 10 miles northwest of Atlantic City, it covers more than 5,000 acres. The Technical Center consists of about 1 million square feet of laboratories, test facilities, and support facilities. Improving the National Airspace System is possible because of the dedication and commitment of nearly 3,000 engineers, scientists and other technical experts who work there.

    Aug 19, 2019

  • Faces in Aviation: Lyndsay Digneo, FAA Tech Center Aviation STEM Outreach Manager

    The FAA Technical Center is the nation’s premier aviation research, development, test and evaluation facility for air transportation systems, and has been for more than 60 years. Located 10 miles northwest of Atlantic City, it covers more than 5,000 acres. The Technical Center consists of about 1 million square feet of laboratories, test facilities, and support facilities. Improving the National Airspace System is possible because of the dedication and commitment of nearly 3,000 engineers, scientists and other technical experts who work there.

    Aug 19, 2019

  • Faces in Aviation: Stephanie Divito, FAA Tech Center Meteorologist

    The FAA Technical Center is the nation’s premier aviation research, development, test and evaluation facility for air transportation systems, and has been for more than 60 years. Located 10 miles northwest of Atlantic City, it covers more than 5,000 acres. The Technical Center consists of about 1 million square feet of laboratories, test facilities, and support facilities. Improving the National Airspace System is possible because of the dedication and commitment of nearly 3,000 engineers, scientists and other technical experts who work there.

    Aug 19, 2019

  • How to Fly Your Drone During an Emergency

    If your mission supports public safety agencies, utility or other critical infrastructure restoration, insurance agencies supporting disaster recovery damage assessment, or media coverage providing crucial information to the public — this webinar is for you! Our FAA experts explain the special process to expedite approvals so you can fly your drone during emergencies. For more information and resources, go to the FAA website here: https://www.faa.gov/uas/advanced_operations/emergency_situations/ #Drone #Pilot #Flight #Airspace #FAA #UAS #AirTraffic

    Aug 16, 2019

  • How to Navigate UAS Facility Maps

    How to Navigate UAS Facility Maps UAS Facility Maps show areas and altitudes in controlled airspace around airports where drone pilots can receive an authorization to fly below the maximum altitude depicted on the map, and up to 400 feet. In this webinar, #FAAAirspaceGuy Langston Majette explains everything you need to know about UAS Facility Maps. Access the UAS Facility Maps through our data visualization tool here: https://udds-faa.opendata.arcgis.com/ #Drone #Pilot #Flight #Airspace #FAA #UAS #AirTraffic #LAANC

    Aug 7, 2019

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