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DRONELIFE Exclusive: The AMA Speaks Out About New Drone Regu…

The Academy of Model Aeronautics, the largest and most powerful community-based organization (CBO) advocating for recreational flyers, is fielding a lot of calls these days.  Since the FAA announced the enactment of new rules resulting from the repeal of Section 336, there’s been a lot of confusion, misinformation, and argument in …

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See Amazon’s New Delivery Drone Fly: Will Your Stuff Be Deli…

Yesterday, at the Amazon re:MARS 2019 conference, CEO Consumer Worldwide Jeff Wilkes introduced Amazon’s newest delivery drone – and said that delivery would happen within months.  That doesn’t mean, however, that you can say good-bye to your friendly delivery van driver just yet.  Before drone delivery of consumer goods can …

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Military drones OK’d for domestic airspace – Greensboro News…

Military drones OK’d for domestic airspace  Greensboro News & Record In 2012, the Los Angeles Times ran an article called, “Pentagon Working With FAA To Open U.S. Airspace To Combat Drones.” >> Osmo Pocket vs. Osmo Mobile 2: Which One Should You Buy? Source link Share Tweet Share Pin Email aeronautics …

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FAA Announces Expansion of the LAANC Program – More Access t…

The FAA has announced the expansion of the Low Altitude Authorization and Notification Capability (LAANC) program to more than 100 new control towers and airports. The announcement comes on the heels of the implementation of new rules for recreational fliers, which will prohibit flight in restricted airspace around airports except …

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DJI’s Quest for Real Drone Incident Data: Why Every Pilot Sh…

Image @jeshoots at Pexels Yesterday, DJI, announced that they would equip all drones with AirSense ADS-B receivers as of 2020.  (You can read about that here).  The announcement is just part of DJI’s plan to equip hardware with technology-based safety features in order to address the needs of regulators – …

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The FAA’s New Rules for Recreational Drones

image public domain It’s time.  The FAA will now implement some of the changes in regulations for recreational drones which will follow on the passage of the FAA Reauthorization Act passed last year. The FAA Reauthorization Act repealed Section 336 of the previous FAA Reauthorization, which protected recreational aircraft from …

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