North Dakota

Registration Info:

  • Unmanned flying machines that are operated outside have “a maximum takeoff weight” of anywhere between 250 grams and 55 pounds are required to register.
  • Each owner would get a single registration number so if he or she has multiple drones, they don’t all need to be registered individually.
  • Users don’t need to be registered to purchase a drone, but they do have to be registered before they start flying it.
  • Name and street address are required to register, but the serial number of the drone, owner mailing address, phone number and email are all optional.
  • You have to be 13 years old or older to register.
  • The FAA doesn’t require information about citizenship or residency to register.
  • Registration is free.
  • The registration system will live online and likely be accessible through an app as well. There will also be an API component that would allow for the creation of custom apps that could work in concert with the database.
  • Owners will receive an electronic copy of their registration certificate but a paper copy will also be available. The e-certificate will have the owner’s name, FAA registration number, a confirmation link and the drone serial number if it was included in the registration form. Operators would need to have the certificate on hand while using the drone in the event of an inspection.
  • The FAA-issued registration number must be visible on the drone.

Colorado Info

Registration Info:

  • Unmanned flying machines that are operated outside have “a maximum takeoff weight” of anywhere between 250 grams and 55 pounds are required to register.
  • Each owner would get a single registration number so if he or she has multiple drones, they don’t all need to be registered individually.
  • Users don’t need to be registered to purchase a drone, but they do have to be registered before they start flying it.
  • Name and street address are required to register, but the serial number of the drone, owner mailing address, phone number and email are all optional.
  • You have to be 13 years old or older to register.
  • The FAA doesn’t require information about citizenship or residency to register.
  • Registration is free.
  • The registration system will live online and likely be accessible through an app as well. There will also be an API component that would allow for the creation of custom apps that could work in concert with the database.
  • Owners will receive an electronic copy of their registration certificate but a paper copy will also be available. The e-certificate will have the owner’s name, FAA registration number, a confirmation link and the drone serial number if it was included in the registration form. Operators would need to have the certificate on hand while using the drone in the event of an inspection.
  • The FAA-issued registration number must be visible on the drone.

Full info available here  http://registrationfordrones.com/colorado-drone-registration/

and here faa.gov

Georgie Drone Rules

Georgia Drone Rules:

Fly no higher than 400 feet and remain below any surrounding obstacles when possible.
Fly within visual line of sight.
Remain well clear of and do not interfere with manned aircraft operations, and you must see and avoid other aircraft and obstacles at all times.
Do not fly near emergency response efforts, like fires.
Do not fly for payment or commercial purpose.
Do not fly over groups of people.
Do not fly over stadiums and sports events.
Do not be careless or reckless with your unmanned aircraft – you could be fined for endangering people or other aircraft.
It is illegal to take photos or record videos of people on private property.
Do not use a drone to gather, store or collect evidence of any type.
Do not fly over unprotected persons or moving vehicles, and remain at least 25 feet away from individuals and vulnerable property.
Do not fly near or over sensitive infrastructures such as power stations, water treatment facilities, correctional facilities, heavily traveled roadways, government facilities, etc.
Contact the airport or control tower before flying within five miles of an airport.
Do not fly in adverse weather conditions such as in high winds or reduced visibility.
Do not fly under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

 

See more at  http://registrationfordrones.com/georgia-drone-registration/

Ohio Drone Info

Ohio is a state in the Midwestern United States. Ohio is the 34th largest (44,825 square miles), the 7th most populous (11,595,000 people), and the 10th most densely populated of the 50 United States. The state’s capital and largest city is Columbus. The state takes its name from the Ohio River. The name originated from the Iroquois word ohi-yo’, meaning “great river” or “large creek”. The state, originally partitioned from the Northwest Territory, was admitted to the Union as the 17th state (and the first under the Northwest Ordinance) on March 1, 1803. Ohio is historically known as the “Buckeye State” (relating to the Ohio buckeye tree, although there are conflicting narratives regarding the origin of the nickname) and Ohioans are also known as “Buckeyes”. Average elevation in state is around 850 feet. You can fly drones all over Ohio, but you have to follow certain rules.

Important:

The Federal Aviation Administration announced that all units weighing between 0.55 pounds and 50 pounds must be registered by February 19th, 2016. Anyone caught flying without proper registration after that date could face stiff penalties. The FAA says civil penalties include a fine of up to $27,500. Criminal penalties include a fine of up to $250,000 and up to three years in jail.
ohio-state

Registration Info:

Unmanned flying machines that are operated outside have “a maximum takeoff weight” of anywhere between 250 grams and 55 pounds are required to register.
Each owner would get a single registration number so if he or she has multiple drones, they don’t all need to be registered individually.
Users don’t need to be registered to purchase a drone, but they do have to be registered before they start flying it.
Name and street address are required to register, but the serial number of the drone, owner mailing address, phone number and email are all optional.
You have to be 13 years old or older to register.
The FAA doesn’t require information about citizenship or residency to register.
Registration is free.
The registration system will live online and likely be accessible through an app as well. There will also be an API component that would allow for the creation of custom apps that could work in concert with the database.
Owners will receive an electronic copy of their registration certificate but a paper copy will also be available. The e-certificate will have the owner’s name, FAA registration number, a confirmation link and the drone serial number if it was included in the registration form. Operators would need to have the certificate on hand while using the drone in the event of an inspection.
The FAA-issued registration number must be visible on the drone.

 

Read more at http://registrationfordrones.com/ohio-drone-registration/

The Drone Deadline

Registration Begins on December 21, 2015, First 30 Days are Free
WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) today announced a streamlined and user-friendly web-based aircraft registration process for owners of small unmanned aircraft (UAS) weighing more than 0.55 pounds (250 grams) and less than 55 pounds (approx. 25 kilograms) including payloads such as on-board cameras.
The Registration Task Force delivered recommendations to FAA Administrator Michael Huerta and Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx on November 21. The rule incorporates many of the task force recommendations.
“Make no mistake: unmanned aircraft enthusiast are aviators, and with that title comes a great deal of responsibility,” said U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx. “Registration gives us an opportunity to work with these users to operate their unmanned aircraft safely. I’m excited to welcome these new aviators into the culture of safety and responsibility that defines American innovation.”
Registration is a statutory requirement that applies to all aircraft. Under this rule, any owner of a small UAS who has previously operated an unmanned aircraft exclusively as a model aircraft prior to December 21, 2015, must register no later than February 19, 2016. Owners of any other UAS purchased for use as a model aircraft after December 21, 2015 must register before the first flight outdoors.

 

Owners may use either the paper-based process or the new streamlined, web-based system. Owners using the new streamlined web-based system must be at least 13 years old to register.
Owners may register through a web-based system at http://www.faa.gov/uas/registration

Registration For Drones