Almost half of the FAA exemption petitions being filed under Section 333 are for photography and film industry.
As of July, 45.15% of all Section 333 Exemption Petitions were for photography and videography (film). This does not include real estate drone use, which represents about 25% of the total exemptions applied for by companies looking to use drones for commercial purposes. The film industry includes the typical Hollywood types, but also advertising agencies and others looking to make commercials. These industries are used to complying with safety requirements. Developing manuals and checklists to ensure safe drone flight is important. But it is perhaps most important in the film and photography sector where there are often numerous people unassociated with the flight on the set. This can include actors, actresses, grips and production personnel.
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