FAA to establish guidelines by April 1

FAA to establish guidelines by April 1

The drones are coming! FAA to establish guidelines by April 1 Drones could be about to become a lot more commonplace in a variety of industries after the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) said it’s ready to finalize a regulatory framework governing their use by businesses. The FAA said in a statement that a new committee is ready to publish recommendations on April 1, allowing drones to be operated safely in […]

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Drone detection system exposes pilots

Drone detection system exposes pilots

Drone detection system exposes pilots flying dangerously close to airports As hobby drones have wildly increased in popularity, so too has the need to keep pilots accountable. Following the launch of a mandatory drone registry last year, the US government is now exploring new technologies to detect drones flying too close to airports. Early testing has been labelled a success, and holds the promise of not just sniffing out rogue […]

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Drone Film Festival Directors Talk Architecture Videos

Drone Film Festival Directors Talk Architecture Videos

Eye in the Sky: Drone Film Festival Directors Talk Architecture Videos Videos and perspectives from a member of Amelia Dronehart and a tower climber in South Dakota. Drones and the eye-in-the-sky perspective they offer aren’t novelties anymore. Once a cutting-edge technology, these hovering cameras are now being regulated by the FCC , drone selfies are in development, and the “wow factor” of floating filmmaking has dissipated with a flood of […]

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