Drone Marketing: Pilots Must Trust but Verify
In this Drone Public Safety Column, Steve Rhode reminds public safety drone pilots that it is their responsibility to limit liability. When it comes to believing product claims in drone marketing, trust but verify.
The following is one of a biweekly serieson public safety drone issues by Steve Rhode, Chief Pilot with the Wake Forest Fire Department and the North Carolina Public Safety Drone Academy, and founder of Public Safety Flight, a website dedicated to information about the use of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), UAVs, aircraft, and drones in public safety. (Not to be contrued as legal advice: please see details at the FAA government site. Opinions are the author’s.)
Can You Handle the Truth? Verifying Drone Marketing Claims
This morning I was reminded of that great line from A Few Good Men, “You can’t handle the truth.”
My primary goal is always to make sure all public safety pilots are as safe as…