HOW WE WORK

We are all responsible for unmanned aircraft systems safety.

The Unmanned Aircraft Safety Team (UAST) is an industry-government partnership committed to ensuring the safe operations of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) in the national airspace system. The UAST supports the safe integration of UAS with data-driven safety enhancements and collaboration amongst members of the UAS industry.

FAA Administrator Michael Huerta announced the formation of the team on August 2, 2016. Administrator Huerta committed that the FAA would work with stakeholders to charter a team to address safety issues related to the increasing number of UAS operations.

UAST is adopting the same collaborative model as the General Aviation Joint Steering Committee (GAJSC) & Commercial Aviation Safety Team (CAST)

ARTICLES

B4UFLY Mobile App

SAFETY UPDATE Recreational users who only fly their drone for fun, now have an improved app – B4UFLY – to help show where they can and cannot [...]

Become a Drone Pilot

In order to fly your drone under the FAA's Small UAS Rule (Part 107), you must obtain a Remote Pilot Certificate from the FAA. This certificate demonstrates that you [...]

Public Safety and Law Enforcement Toolkit

Webinar: Drone Safety: It's the Law The use of drones in our nation's airspace is rapidly increasing, which raises both opportunities and challenges for public safety and government officials. [...]

National Drone Safety Awareness Week

Register your drone Download the B4UFLY Mobile App Become a Drone Pilot Renew Your Remote Pilot's Certificate Check out Hot Topics in UAS National Drone Safety Awareness [...]

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Watch FAA Webinar Series

WEBINARS FAA WEBINAR LINKS Webinar Series – Airspace & Airspace Authorizations The Air Up There: Airspace Matters. When you fly your drone, the airspace you are [...]

PRESS

UAST Meeting Summary

The Unmanned Aircraft Safety Team (UAST)held its latest meeting on March 30th, 2017. Meeting highlights included a presentation from the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) on UAS Accident/Incident Notification [...]

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The Unmanned Aircraft Safety Team is currently accepting new members.