Drones can be excellent tools for many businesses, they can be cost efficient and time saving ways to expand or enhance services a company can offer. Before using a drone for business purposes, it is important to be familiar with FAA regulations for drones. In general, businesses may lawfully operate drones under a 333 exemption or in compliance with part 107. A licensed aircraft pilot is required to operate the drone under the 333 exemption, while part 107 only requires a remote pilot in command to operate the drone. Depending upon how the drone will be utilized, part 107 is often a good option.