1.1 Pilot Competency
1.2 No-Go Items
1.3 Visual Line of Sight
1.5 Other air traffic
1.6 Altitude limits
1.7 Flying with a visual observer
1.8 Flying over buildings
flight, a remote pilot may be assisted by a visual observer, who literally acts
as a second pair of eyes to support the pilot. Binoculars or other visual aids
are not allowed! The visual observer may help the pilot keep the UAS away from
any obstacles or warn the pilot of any dangers. The pilot can also rely on a
visual observer when flying in first-person view (FPV), a method used to
operate an UAS based on a visual system connected to the UAS’s camera.
See chapter 1.10 for a summary.