Granted FAA Part 107.39 Waivers Using ParaZero Systems

Aaron Gabriel Gliner

United States Code of Federal Regulations 14, Part 107, defines the rules and requirements for operators of UAS (a.k.a. drones) for commercial purposes. Section 107.39 restricts any UAS operations over human beings. While necessary for safety reasons, this has been a major detriment to the growth of the commercial UAS industry as it has limited many operations in urban and suburban environments — until now.

In collaboration with the FAA, the ASTM F3322-18 standard was created and those who meet the standard requirements have the opportunity to apply for waivers for Operations Over People. UAS operators that purchased the ParaZero SafeAir with ASTM Professional Kit, received the documentation required to demonstrate the compliance of the system.

Below you will find the complete list of companies (and their vertical) that have received FAA Part 107.39 waivers using ParaZero’s systems:

  1. Hensel Phelps- Construction
  2. Beverly Hills Aerial- Photography/Cinematography (this waiver included a clause that also allows flight over moving vehicles on a closed-set)
  3. Alaska Aerial Media- Survey/Mapping
  4. North Dakota Department of Transportation- Government
  5. Verizon Media- News/Media
  6. Kent Moyer- Security
  7. Drone Masters Pro LLC- Photography/Cinematography
  8. Alien’s and Machines- Photography/Cinematography
  9. America Rail Engineers- Engineering
  10. Lars Larsen- Photography
  11. Burleigh County Sheriff’s Department- Government
  12. Cable News Network (CNN)- News/Media
  13. North Dakota Highway Patrol- Government
  14. Ryders Alley United- Media
  15. Mid-Atlantic Drones- Photography/Cinematography
  16. Fox Television Station- News/Media
  17. Burns & McDonnell Engineering- Construction

 

To learn more about the ParaZero ASTM Professional Kit click here

To purchase the SafeAir + ASTM Professional Kit that was used in the granted waivers click here

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