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FAA’s Huerta and Intel’s Krzanich: Drone Integration and Dro…

Outgoing FAA Administrator Michael Huerta and Intel‘s Brian Krzanich,the chair of the FAA’s Drone Advisory Committee, gave the keynote deal with to a packed home this morning at InterDrone. Huerta was greeted by enthusiastic applause, proof of the success of his repeated efforts to kind a collaborative relationship with the …

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Is BVLOS Flight Getting Closer in US? Drone Industry Thinks …

courtesy Anra Technologies The FAA has ceaselessly promised that rules on drone flight past visible line of sight (BVLOS) will probably be prioritized.  Other international locations – like France – have allowed BVLOS flight since as early as 2012, which has allowed the French drone to maneuver ahead on business …

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TX Military Says Drones Pose Extreme Risk to Rescuers

The Texas Military Department took to Twitter to inform civilian drone operators to keep out of the sky over Hurricane aid efforts. #ALERT: We are seeing civilian drones that pose EXTREME dangers to our rescue pilots and crews in excessive want areas. @FAANews #Harvey #TMDHarvey pic.twitter.com/fq9qrL9duA — Texas Military Dept …

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New Department of Defense Guidance “Cracks Down” on Drones

By Matt Morgan  [CC BY-SA 2.0 ] The United States Department of Defense (DoD) has issued new tips for coping with unauthorized drone flights over army installations.  The new tips would permit drones to be disabled or destroyed: a Defense.gov assertion mentioned DoD “cracks down” on drones. A Pentagon spokesman advised …

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FAA’s Huerta Emphasizes Partnership, Promises “A More Flexib…

In an deal with to contributors at AirVenture, FAA Administrator Michael Huerta emphasised the necessity for partnership to drive the aviation trade ahead. Saying that his final journey to AirVenture as FAA Administrator was “bittersweet” Huerta added that in his final seven years because the chief of the FAA he …

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CNN Gets First Closed Set Waiver

CNN Aerial Imagery and Reporting (CNN AIR), the media large’s drone division, is the primary group to get a Part 107 waiver for flight over individuals for “closed-set motion picture and television filming.” CNN was required to show security to the FAA earlier than receiving the waiver, which “allows CNN …

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Unmanned Aircraft Safety Team: Working to Improve “Safety Cu…

The Unmanned Aircraft Safety Team (UAST) has introduced it’s most up-to-date exercise: the formation of three risk-reduction working teams. The UAST is “an industry-government partnership committed to ensuring the safe operations of Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS).”  Announced final summer season by FAA Administrator Michael Huerta, the group is one other …

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The Argument Over Drone Registration Continues

The response to John Taylor’s FOIA request asking the FAA for information that point out the leisure drone registration program was ever used to implement rules is the most recent level of debate within the argument over this system. By now, everybody within the drone communitiy is aware of about …

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