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Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) – Unmanned Aircraft Systems

The FAA is the national aviation authority of the United States, with powers to regulate all aspects of civil aviation including unmanned aircraft systems (UAS).

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U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) National Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Project Office

The USGS is a scientific agency of the U.S. government that studies the landscape of the U.S., its natural resources and the natural hazards that threaten it.

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Academy of Model Aeronautics (AMA)

The AMA is a non-profit organization whose purpose is to promote development of model aviation as a recognized sport and worthwhile recreation activity.

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Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International

The Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI), the world’s largest nonprofit organization dedicated to the advancement of unmanned systems and robotics, represents corporations and professionals from more than 60 countries involved in industry, government and academia.

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Small UAV Coalition

The Small UAV Coalition is a partnership of leading consumer and technology companies who focus on research, development, production and application of UAVs.

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Commercial Drone Alliance

The Commercial Drone Alliance is a non-profit organization whose purpose is to lead by key members of the commercial drone industry. The Alliance works collectively to merge policy with innovation to create relevant rules for operation, as well as advocate for the safe and responsible use of drones. The Alliance seeks to bring industry together with the government to solve some of the challenges facing the industry.

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Alliance for Drone Innovation (ADI)

ADI is the leading policy voice for manufacturers, suppliers and software developers of professional and personal drones. Headquartered in Washington, D.C., the Alliance proudly supports policies that encourage the growth of the unmanned aircraft industry for personal, professional, educational and governmental use.

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Dronecode Foundation (DF)

DF hosts open-source and open-standard projects critical to the drone Industry. DF is a vendor-neutral foundation for open drone projects part of the Linux Foundation. The Foundation works with developers, end-users and adopting vendors from around the world.

The Creative Team

Creative Drone Concepts, Inc in association with Creative Teamwork Entertainment, Inc. and Squadron TV, are production companies based in Los Angeles providing children and family entertainment. As industry professionals, we bring experience, credits, affiliations, awards, and bankable skills. Our goal is to create, develop and produce quality programming. Together, we are a multi-faceted, one-stop production company that brings together a highly-skilled, innovative, and successful team of individuals with several decades of industry experience.

Awards & Memberships

The principals of Creative Drone Concepts Inc, in association with Creative Teamwork Entertainment Inc and Squadron TV combined have earned 12 Emmy Awards, 57th Annual Grammy Awards Nomination, People’s Choice Awards – Webby Award for “Travel & Adventure for The Dime Traveler,” BDA North America Design Awards – Disney, Promax North America Awards – Children’s Programming (Live Action), Promax North America Awards – “The Race is On” Jetix Fall Campaign, SCCTA – Adelphi Media Services for Effected Use of Humor in “Can’t Believe This.”

Memberships include Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences, Society of Camera Operators (SOC) and Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA).

Projects In Development

Creative Drone Concepts, Inc., in association with Creative Teamwork Entertainment, Inc. and Squadron TV, has developed an original news magazine television show concept called “The Drone Chronicles.” The show will be broadcast on television, over the Internet, and on mobile devices, and will feature breakthrough technology transforming today’s world of drones. The show will also cover real-life stories about drones not seen on regular newscasts or other shows, including pilot profiles, in-depth coverage of drones, hot-topic interviews, and other information related to the commercialization of drones. The production companies have also developed a kids’ version of The Drone Chronicles tentatively entitled, “Kidding Around with Drones.” To date, the production companies have produced three (3) sizzle reels showcasing The Drone Chronicles (English version), Las Cronicas De Los Drones (Spanish version), and Kidding Around with Drones. Other shows currently in development include a competition-based reality television show involving drones that will appeal to a broad audience.

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