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Intel Highlights Drone Safety With Bridge Inspection Case St…

This week the FAA is running a National Drone Safety Awareness campaign. As well as partnering with Know Before You Fly and the UAS Safety Team to reaffirm the rules of the skies, the aviation administration is looking for stories of how drones are being safely used in business contexts. Today …

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The FAA Restricts Flight Over 60 New Sites: “National Securi…

image: public domain In response to concerns about “malicious drone activity” the FAA has announced new airspace restrictions over 60 facilities – most of them federal prisons.  Reports of attempts to make deliveries to prisoners or otherwise interfere with federal prison operation with drones have increased: earlier this year, a …

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FAA Restricts Drone Operations Over Additional Military Faci…

The followingis an FAA news release. The Federal Aviation Administration announced today new airspace restrictions effective July 11, 2019 on Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) attempting to fly over national security sensitive locations. The FAA has been cooperating with federal partners to address concerns about malicious drone operations by using the …

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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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