Some Stations Have Already Adopted UAV Technology

Some Stations Have Already Adopted UAV Technology

by by Scott Fybush In 16 years of writing for Radio World, I’ve had my share of unusual assignments. But when Paul McLane sent me off to the NAB Show with a mission to write about how radio stations could tap into the new technology of drones, I wasn’t the only one who was uncertain about how an essentially aural medium like radio could make use of the purely visual […]

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Seven insights from the FAA’s former leader on drones

Seven insights from the FAA’s former leader on drones

by Matt McFarland Jim Williams, who managed the FAA office to integrate drones into the U.S. airspace, retired last week. Before departing for a vacation of visiting ballparks with his family, Williams spoke Thursday at McKenna Long & Aldrige’s unmanned aircraft systems symposium in Washington, D.C. Now that he is outside the FAA Williams can speak more freely about the path and challenges to drones operating safely in American skies. […]

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