The Federal Aviation Administration has a set of rules for the operation of non-hobbyists commercial unmanned aircraft. This provides a fact sheet as well as an advisory circular, and this is not exhaustive, but it does mention the rules which go with these sUAS or small unmanned aircraft.
It informs in details about using UAS which are lesser than 55 pounds. It also informs of the legalities in the integration of drones into businesses. This gives clarity to those who fall under the Section 333 waiver which has been obtained before the FAA gave these rules.
In this, it states that the person who monitors the sUAS need not be a licensed pilot. It also in that a visual observer is not needed so that the operator can maintain a line of sight. The pilot could choose if he or she wanted to use a VO so that the situational awareness can be supplemented.
As per the guidelines, the sUAS will need to be within the VLOS of the operator unless a specific waiver , and She. The VLOS cannot be met by using visual aids such as binoculars. The aids could be used momentarily when the awareness of the situation needs to be enhanced in cases of flying over people or when there is another aircraft which is conflicting.
The sUAS cannot operate over people who are not participating unless these people are in a covered structure or are in a vehicle that is covered and which is stationary as well. These sUAS are not to be operated at night unless there is needs waiver which is obtained and operations which are conducted when in Twilight need to have anti-collision lights which are on. The first person view camera does not satisfy the requirement of see and avoid. These can be used as additional resources, however. The ground speed which is allowed is 100mph, and an altitude of 400 feet above ground level needs to be adhered to.