ASA Standard UAS Operator Log
The Standard UAS Operator Log meets the needs of civilian, military, hobbyists, and professional operators alike so that critical flight details can be tracked. It provides record-keeping for flight operations of small and large unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) or unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV), remote-control aircraft (R/C), remotely piloted aircraft (RPA), and drones. Provides effective 14 CFR Part 107 operation and maintenance record-keeping for those holding a Remote Pilot certificate with UAS rating.
The logbook has sufficient room for more than 300 flights with space to record the equipment details, location (city, lat/long), aircraft category, flight conditions, type of operating time (dual received, Remote Pilot In Command, sensor operator, mission coordinator, instructor and a blank column usable for payload operator or Visual Observer, when an aircraft is armed, or other details pertinent to the operation), number of takeoff/launch and landing/recovery, and the total duration of the flight. The remarks area provides space to note the mission, crew, control method (such as RC, first person view or RPV and autonomous), exemption number, battery number and configuration or other information to correlate to the flight controller mission logs. It also includes a summary page for Owner/Operator (such as contact details, recurrancy training, device maintenance), a scheduled and unscheduled maintenance log, summary page for equipment and hours flown, and initial and recurrent training endorsements.
The finest and most versatile logbooks for aviators, ASA's logbooks have been "The Standard" of the industry for over 55 years and comply with government and insurance requirements, as well as employment record keeping.
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This is the perfect Operator Log logbook for your drone. The hardback front and back covers will ensure a long life. The log entry sheets are packed with useful entries and enough sheets to last the lifetime of your drone or transfer to another pilot. There are maintenance log sheets that allow entries for major components replaced. As soon as you receive your logbook, label it with your drone FAA registration number.