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Drone Safety

What to Know Before You Fly!

So, whether you want to operate a small drone just for fun or as a critical business tool, learn how to operate your aircraft safely. We have listed several resources below and will continue to keep this page up to date with the latest information on FAA regulations, Operation Safety, and Drone Technology.

Operating a small drone is a lot of fun and can be a highly valuable business tool. However, public safety must be every operator's first priority, and this is a serious responsibility.

Tech3 fully supports the industry driven campaign, KNOW BEFORE YOU FLY, to educate prospective operators about the safe and responsible operation of small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (sUAS).

Learn more at http://knowbeforeyoufly.org

Never fly within five miles of an airport without contacting the air traffic control center and airport authorities.

Avoid flying over large crowds of people as well as stadium, sports fields and sports events.

Know the FAA airspace requirements and follow them.


Always fly within line of sight of your aircraft. Never allow it to leave your field of vision.

Never fly under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Only fly when well rested and not when fatigued.

Avoid flying near other aircraft, regardless of if they are manned or unmanned aircraft.

Keep your aircraft away from emergency response efforts such as police, fire, and medical emergencies.

Only fly your drone in airspace below 400 feet from the ground, no higher.

Never fly or operate your drone or UAS system at night.

Keep your aircraft and control systems well maintained and up-to-date.

Keep up to date with the latest regulations and safety guidelines.

Federal Aviation Administration

Visit the Federal Aviation Administration's UAV website to learn more about the FAA, its requirements, and about commercial and recreational operation of drones in the United States. The Federal Aviation Administration Requires that both commercial and recreational users register their drones with the FAA.


Find out more about the FAA Below.


FAA Requirements Here >


FAA Registration Here >


FAA News Here >


FAA FAQ Here >

Industry Links and Information

Tech3 is fully invested in the emerging tech industry and as a result we have provided these resources to help anyone who needs assistance industry regulation, safety requirements, and tips & tricks.


Find out more about the Drone Industry Below.


The AMA (Academy of Model Aeronautics National Model Aircraft) Safety Code >


The AUVSI (Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International) >


Some AUVSI Members

Tools and Programs

There are a numerous amount of tools and software available to the public for drone applications. Tech3 has extensive experience with many of these tools and programs and have listed some our favorites below.


Find out more about the Tools and Programs available to the public Below.




Drone Logbook >


Pix4D >


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