Two Light Tower Construction in Kansas City, July 2017 – progress shots of the added floors going up whilst keeping an eye out for good launching spots that allow for keeping a line of sight with a drone and that also don’t have much electromagnetic interference. Too much interference can cause a signal loss between the drone and the controller. Like I mentioned yesterday, part of my work this year has involved becoming fully FAA compliant for commercial use of a drone (“UAV”) and operating under an FAA Part 107 waiver for flying a drone in the controlled airspace of the Downtown Airport – which is quite a large area extending nearly all the way south to the Nelson Atkins Museum.

Two Light Tower Construction in Kansas City
Two Light Tower Construction in Kansas City
Two Light Tower Construction in Kansas City
Two Light Tower Construction in Kansas City
Two Light Tower Construction in Kansas City
Two Light Tower Construction in Kansas City
Two Light Tower Construction in Kansas City
Two Light Tower Construction in Kansas City
Two Light Tower Construction in Kansas City
Two Light Tower Construction in Kansas City
Two Light Tower Construction in Kansas City
Two Light Tower Construction in Kansas City
Two Light Tower Construction in Kansas City
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