Sheboygan County, Wisconsin, launches FlySafe Program in partnership with Airspace Link

The Sheboygan County Planning & Conservation Office has launched the FlySafe programme powered by AirHub, aimed at safely integrating drones into the community. With the increasing popularity and accessibility of drones, the County recognizes the need to ensure they are used responsibly and in accordance with regulations.

The FlySafe programme enables Sheboygan County residents and visitors to access FAA drone rules, local advisories, ground risk hazards, and additional information to help them plan safer and compliant flights when operating in the region. Pilots can access FlySafe via the Drone Operations page on the County Planning and Conservation Department page under Programs/Associations.

According to the press release, the FlySafe Program is critical in establishing two-way communication between drone pilots and their communities to ensure operations are in harmony with the community providing near-instant authorizations when operating in controlled airspace. Sheboygan County is committed to promoting innovation and technology while maintaining public safety. Launching the FlySafe Program is a step in the right direction toward achieving that goal.

“We are excited to launch the FlySafe Program and see the positive impact that drones can have on our community,” said Keith Abler, Chairman of the Planning, Resources, Agriculture & Extension Committee. “By working together, we can ensure the safe and responsible integration of drones into our daily lives” he also went on to add.

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