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Antonelli Law Surpasses 50 UAS Clients

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We are incredibly grateful and proud to have achieved a list of quality clients doing interesting UAS work, which has surpassed 50 in number.

Thank you to our valued UAS clients. We look forward to continuing to grow our knowledge and business with you.

Above It All Aerial Solutions LLC
Aerial Inspection Resources
Aerial Inventory LLC
AeriFocus LLC
Angle of Attack
Arrow Aerial Precision LLC
Burns & McDonnell Engineering Company, Inc.
Certified Productions
CyberCAPTURE LLC
Digital Magic productions
Drone Experts
Ecamsecure
Frontier Geospatial
Fuscoe Engineering
Helios Imaging
Hover Effect LLC
iCam Copters
Indiana Aerial Solutions
Kovar & Associates
LA Drones LLC
LCAnderson.com LLC
LCP 360
Leading Edge Technologies
Nixon Engineering Solutions
North Georgia Drones
NWB Environmental Services
Omnitrax
Outrage Media
Owlcam
PIKA International
Richter Studios
Robo Aerial
Seiclone Surveys
Sky Eye Solutions
SkyCamUSA LLC
SkyFly Cinema
Skyway Recon
Snowy Owl Productions LLC
STV Inc
Tough Stump Technologies LLC
Tour Factory
TourFPV
Tower Inspection
UA TacSolutions LLC
Volo Pervidi LLC
Vortex UAS LLC

*Partial Client List Due to Confidentiality

 

If your company would like assistance filing a Section 333 petition or special airspace COA to fly UAS commercially, contact firm principal Jeffrey Antonelli at 312-201-8310 or fill out the contact form below and we will contact you.

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Antonelli Law Utility Client Sky Eye Solutions Receives Section 333 Exemption Approval

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Antonelli Law UAS client Sky Eye Solutions LLC received approval from the FAA on October 27th to operate the Instant Eye MK-2 GEN3 for aerial utility and infrastructure inspections and precision agriculture. The FAA approved the petition in 122 days.

Many have observed the FAA docket and Section 333 exemption process became log-jammed during the summer. This approval is the second of 20 Antonelli Law Section 333 petitions to finally break out of that log-jam.

A copy of the FAA Grant of Exemption under Section 333 can be viewed here: Sky Eye Solutions LLC – 13365

If your company would like assistance filing its own Section 333 petition to fly UAS commercially, contact firm principal Jeffrey Antonelli at 312-201-8310 or fill out the contact form below and we will contact you.

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Antonelli Law Cinematography Client Hover Effect Receives Section 333 Exemption Approval

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Antonelli Law UAS client Hover Effect received Section 333 exemption approval from the FAA on October 27th to operate the DJI Phantom 1, DJI Spreading Wings S800, Freefly Cinestar 8, and Freefly Cinestar 8 HL for closed-set motion picture and television production, and real estate. The FAA approved the petition in 122 days.

Many have observed the FAA docket and Section 333 exemption process became log-jammed during the summer. This approval is the first of 20 Antonelli Law Section 333 petitions to finally break out of that log-jam.

A copy of the FAA Grant of Exemption under Section 333 can be viewed here:Hover Effect LLC – 13366

If your company would like assistance filing its own Section 333 petition to fly UAS commercially, contact firm principal Jeffrey Antonelli at 312-201-8310 or fill out the contact form below and we will contact you.

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FAA Releases New UAS Policy Document

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On October 27 2015 the FAA released a new UAS policy document:

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We will be analyzing this released document and its likely effects and commenting soon.

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Another Section 333 Copy/Paste Bites The Dust

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Another Section 333 Copy/Paste Bites The Dust

We’ve written before about the hazards of bad Section 333 copy and paste jobs. Number one, they can void your insurance coverage when an accident occurs. Number two they can be rescinded by FAA. If you are not going to hire an attorney to file your Section 333 petition for exemption, please take the time to tailor it to your actual intended operations.

Yesterday, the FAA rescinded the Section 333 approval of a Mr. Thomas Johan Walter. Thomas-Johann-Walter-Rescission

From the FAA public document:

“On June 2, 2015, Mr. Walter submitted a petition for exemption to allow commercial operations of unmanned aircraft, on behalf of Drone Fleet & Aerospace Management, Inc. Mr. Walter was identified in the petition as the CEO of Drone Fleet & Aerospace Management, Inc., and as well as the point of contact; however, the email and mailing addresses provided for Mr. Simon Nielson. On September 2, 2015 the FAA granted the exemption to Mr. Walter and emailed its decision to Mr. Nielson at the email address provided in the contact information section of the petition. On September 2, 2015, Drone Fleet & Aerospace Management, Inc. notified the FAA, stating that Mr. Thomas Walter is not and has not been affiliated with Drone Fleet & Aerospace Management, Inc.

A review of Mr. Walter’s petition shows that Mr. Walter submitted, verbatim, the petition submitted by Drone Fleet & Aerospace Management, Inc. on October 3, 2014,  including the point of contact information on Page 14. Mr. Walter substituted his name for Drone Fleet & Aerospace Management, Inc. in only a few places.”

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In consideration of the foregoing, I find that Exemption No. 12719 was issued based on erroneous information submitted by petitioner and was therefore granted in error. Therefore, pursuant to the authority contained in 49 U.S.C. §§ 106(f), 40113 and 44701, delegated to me by the Administrator, Exemption No. 12719 is rescinded effective immediately.”

For another Section 333 rescission example, see this one from August:  Kramer-Rescission-11629

If you would like experienced attorneys to file your Section 333 petition, please contact us through the contact form below or directly at 312-201-8310.

And if you do it yourself, please do not forget to copy, paste, and edit!

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