PDC Update on Singer vs. City of Newton

Analysis below of the impact this recent decision of a federal court in Massachusetts will have on state and local laws and regulations pertaining to drones. The case, Singer v. City of Newton, involves an… Read More

Making it Illegal to Conduct Surveillance

by Kevin Pomfret, PDC General Counsel. Another type of legislation makes it illegal to use UAS to conduct surveillance. One of the biggest challenges with this type of legislation for an operator will be knowing… Read More

Just What is a Reasonable Expectation of Privacy?

By Kevin Pomfret, PDC General Counsel. Some legislation would make it illegal to take an image in violation of an individual’s reasonable expectation of privacy. One of the major challenges with this type of UAS… Read More

PDC to Lead Drone Panel at Conference

The session will explore how insurance companies can use drones and sensor innovations for evaluation of property damage. Charlie Mondello, PDC President will be the moderator for a panel at the Second Annual Insurance of… Read More

Understanding Privacy Legislation

By Kevin Pomfret, PDC General Counsel. There are several reasons why it is important for companies operating UAS to understand the differences in the types of UAS privacy legislation. First, companies operating in more than… Read More

Property Drone Consortium Announces Co-Chairs

(Columbia, SC, June 26, 2017) – The Property Drone Consortium (PDC), a collaboration that consists of insurance carriers, roofing industry leaders and supporting enterprises announced today that Gary Sullivan and Bryan Corder were elected by… Read More