Want to fly drones at night for your business? If so, this requires Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) approval in the form of a Night Waiver (technical term: Certificate of Waiver~COW, for daylight regulation (107.29) exemption). If you have not started the process go to www.faa.gov/uas. Part of the outlined requirement is for the Remote Pilot, Pilot Manipulating the Controls (PMC) and Visual Observer (VO) to complete night flying training in addition to having Part 107 (sUAS) regulations knowledge.
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