• Site name

  • City, State

  • Date / Time

Preflight Check


  • Pilot

  • Visual Observer (if applicable)

Weather Information

  • Cloud Cover %

  • Temperature

  • Wind Direction

  • Wind Speed

Site information

  • Please check your local drone regulations and check if there are specific regulations that you need to follow.

  • Checked NOTAMS

  • Outside required proximity within nearest airport (please check your local regulations on this)

  • Safe distance from crowds, animals, property

  • Clear of overhead obstructions (e.g. Buildings, Power lines, Trees, Cell Sites, Houses etc,)

  • Clear take off and landing site identified

  • Secondary Landing Zone identified

  • Home Point identified

  • Safety signs erected (if applicable)


  • FAA Part 107 Pilot License in hand

  • Obtained required airspace authorization (if applicable)

  • Obtained operational waiver (if applicable)

Drone Flight Equipment Visual Inspection

  • Ensure the remote-control device, mobile device, and Intelligent Flight Battery are fully charged.

  • Ensure the Intelligent Flight Battery and the propellers are mounted securely.

  • Ensure the aircraft arms and propellers are unfolded.

  • Ensure the gimbal and camera are functioning normally.

  • Ensure that there is nothing obstructing the motors and that they are functioning normally.

  • Ensure that OJI GO 4 is successfully connected to the aircraft.

  • Ensure that the camera lens and Vision System sensors are clean.

  • Use only genuine OJI parts or parts certified by OJI. Unauthorized parts or parts from non-OJI certified manufacturers may cause system malfunctions and compromise safety.

  • Photo of drone configuration.


  • SD card in camera with sufficient memory space


  • Signal and Satellite Strength checked

  • Inform spectators (if any)

  • Notes

  • Pilot's Signature

The templates available in our Public Library have been created by our customers and employees to help get you started using SafetyCulture's solutions. The templates are intended to be used as hypothetical examples only and should not be used as a substitute for professional advice. You should seek your own professional advice to determine if the use of a template is permissible in your workplace or jurisdiction. You should independently determine whether the template is suitable for your circumstances.