Verification: Requirement 1.3 – Federal Aviation Administration, Unmanned Aircraft Systems, and California State University, Long Beach College of Engineering Compliance

Posted by: Luis Valdivia (Project Manager)
Written by: Anthony Becerril (Mission, Systems, and Test Engineer)


Following the Verification and Validation Matrices, this post follows the level 1 requirement 1.3 – Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS), and California State University, Long Beach College of Engineering (CSULB COE) compliance. This also satisfies its corresponding level 2 requirements if applicable.
To meet the requirement, compliance of FAA, UAS, CSULB COE rules and regulations had to be done. That consisted of registering the quadcopter officially under the FAA which included a UAS registration of 5 U.S. Dollars, acknowledgment of safety guidance, and its own registration number FA3C74WXLT. Supporting documentation is provided below and we have completed and passed this requirement.


Figure 1.1 Registration Fee along with expiration


Figure 1.2 User must follow these safety guidelines while flying aircraft


Figure 1.3 UFO Quadcopter MUST display registration number while flying. We attached the registration number to the ducted fans.

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