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ADU 01266: How can I fly in clear airspace when DJI has it designated as a crimson zone?


At present’s query is from John, who’s engaged on a challenge to conduct flight missions round a jail that’s now not useful but is classed as a crimson zone by DJI. John want to know if Pilots have choices to fly in such clear airspace and what they would want to know previous to flying.

At present’s episode is dropped at you by Drone U mapping occasions and courses. We discuss among the new modifications we now have made to our mapping courses and course curriculum to remain up to date with among the current tendencies within the mapping business corresponding to going over new merchandise for geo-referencing, geo-tagging, GPS and extra. Go to our Drone U occasions web page for extra particulars on courses and programs.

We begin off as we speak’s present by discussing 3 choices that pilots should successfully fly over crimson zone whereas additionally discussing the approximate occasions it might take to hunt permission.

Our possibility 1 is to use to FAA to void a crimson zone and the steps required to hunt clearance whereas flying over such areas. Drone U members have unique entry to our step-by-step instruction video on making use of to the FAA to void a crimson zone.

Possibility 2 is to use for a QEP (Certified Entities Program). The Certified Entities Program (QEP) permits Authorities and Public Security entities to have their DJI drone’s altitude and geo-fencing limitations unlocked and as a licensed Half 107 pilot you could possibly search clearance underneath this system for conducting flights in crimson zones.

Possibility 3 is to go to drone-hacks web site and navigate by means of the method of negating geofencing skills in your drone. Drone-hacks can help pilots with differing firmware to make sure elimination of geofencing skills.

We additionally focus on a further possibility of utilizing drones apart from DJI that don’t possess geofencing skills and would enable flights regardless of DJI’s crimson zone.

In abstract we focus on the short and simple steps out there for pilots together with the timeline for every possibility that pilots can pursue to hunt permission / unlock the DJI crimson zone. That’s it for this fast podcast episode. Tune in for extra nice reveals to come back.

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Timestamps

[1:26] Be taught all about Drone U’s mapping courses with new content material and extra workout routines at a brand new location
[2:18] At present’s query from John on flying over no-fly zone
[4:30] Flying with authorised permissions in a redone
[5:01] Making use of to void a red-zone
[6:45] As an element 107 and apply QEP
[7:39] go to drone-hacks web site and navigate capability to negate no fly zones
[9:45] further possibility – flying drones with out geofencing points



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