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Most Drones in Controlled Airspace Lack FAA Approval and a T…

A new study, released by Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, confirms that aircraft are too often forced to share airspace with unauthorized drones. DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (PRWEB) May 20, 2020 Related Research Article: Visit the IJAAA website. A dangerously close encounter between a camera drone and six F/A-18 Hornets flying in formation …

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FAA Targets 2021 for Launch of Drone Remote ID Service

The FAA’s remote ID cohort hopes to launch at last one remote ID service supplier by sometime next year, according to documents viewed by Avionics. (Airbus) The Federal Aviation Administration is planning to have remote ID service for drones — a foundational component of integrating unmanned aircraft into the national …

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FAA should incentivize voluntary adoption of remote ID to he…

The advancement of the U.S. drone industry hinges on identifying and tracking drones flying in the airspace, a concept known as remote identification. While mandatory remote ID regulations will take years to finalize and implement, the Federal Aviation Administration can take steps in the interim to incentivize voluntary remote ID …

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FAA Proposal Would Ground Drones for Many Farmers, Ranchers

The Federal Aviation Administration should revamp its drone proposal to provide flexibility to allow farmers and ranchers who cannot access the internet to continue using drones, according to the American Farm Bureau Federation. America’s farmers and ranchers embrace technology that allows them to be more efficient, economical and environmentally aware. …

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FAA doesn’t have a plan for drone data

A new report from the Government Accountability Office finds that while the FAA has years of data on unmanned aerial systems (UAS) — commonly known as drones — it has not “fully leveraged” the data to advance UAS integration into the National Airspace System. The report also found that the …

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UPDATE 2-U.S. FAA probes drone sighting over baseball game a…

(New throughout, adds comment from drone’s manufacturer7) By David Shepardson WASHINGTON, April 12 (Reuters) – The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration said on Friday it was investigating reports that a drone flew over Boston’s Fenway Park during a baseball game, and the drone’s manufacturer said the user apparently overrode a system …

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FAA Proposes to Ease Drone Flight Rules > ENGINEERING.com

FAA Proposes to Ease Drone Flight RulesMatthew Greenwood posted on February 14, 2019 | The Federal Aeronautics Administration (FAA) is proposing new rules that could pave the way for drones to become a more common sight in American airspace. One of the recurring complaints from drone operators is that federal …

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