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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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AirMap:”Instantaneous Authorization” Coming Soon – DRONELIFE

picture courtesy AirMap Leading airspace intelligence platform AirMap says that “instantaneous authorization” for drone operation in managed airspace is coming quickly. AirMap has partnered with the FAA on the event of LAANC, the Low-Altitude Authorization and Notification Capability, to assist business pilots streamline the waiver course of. Currently within the …

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What’s the FAA’s Drone Tracking ARC – and Who’s on it?

The FAA’s “UAS Identification and Tracking Aviation Rulemaking Committee,” [UAS-ID ARC] or the “ID and Tracking ARC”, has been a scorching matter on drone regulation boards.  But what precisely is the ID and Tracking ARC, and who’s on the committee?  The FAA has not too long ago printed the ARC’s …

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Grass Roots Drone Group Gets Spot on FAA UAS ID and Tracking…

The Drone User Group Network (DUG) has introduced that DUG Director of Policy Kenji Sugahara has been chosen as a voting member of the UAS Identification and Tracking ARC. Sugahara’s appointment is just a little totally different than that of different ARC members.  Joining highly effective businesses and deep pocket firms …

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Trump Says FAA “Didn’t Know What the Hell They Were Doing.”

President Trump mentioned this morning that he would push for privatization of Air Traffic Control, taking the practically 30,000 workers from underneath the authorization of the FAA in what’s known as his “Air Traffic Control Reform Initiative.” The proposal isn’t a brand new concept.  Much of Trump’s plan appears to be taken …

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New Texas Bill Restricts Drone Flight Over Farms

By AnonMoos primarily based on picture by Darwinek [CC BY-SA 3.0 or GFDL ] Texas lawmakers have launched a drone regulation invoice to designate farms “critical infrastructure,” and prohibit drone flight over them. Texas HB 1643 provides “concentrated animal feeding structure” to the listing of 14 “critical infrastructure facilities” over which drones are usually not …

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Opinions Vary on Drone Registration: What Comes Next?

Friday’s Federal Appeals Court resolution to vacate the FAA’s drone registration program because it applies to mannequin plane has raised severe questions within the business about what occurs subsequent. John Taylor’s win in his case in opposition to Michael Huerta and the FAA over drone registration for mannequin plane is …

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