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Commercial Drone Alliance Speaks Out on Drone Security

Commercial Drone Alliance Speaks Out on Drone Security Drone security is a critical topic in the commercial drone industry.  As FAA Reauthorization packages come up for discussion in Congress this month, the Commercial Drone Alliance has published their suggested guidelines for drone security legislation. The Commercial Drone Alliance is a non-profit industry group focused on […]

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AUVSI Gives Members a Chance to Speak Up on Hill Day

AUVSI Gives Members a Chance to Speak Up on Hill Day Industry group AUVSI is calling on members to attend their annual “Hill Day” to voice their support for unmanned systems. This year’s event will be held on September 12, and will offer opportunities for meetings with Congressional members and their staff, as well as […]

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New Department of Defense Guidance “Cracks Down” on Drones

New Department of Defense Guidance “Cracks Down” on Drones The United States Department of Defense (DoD) has issued new guidelines for dealing with unauthorized drone flights over military installations.  The new guidelines would allow drones to be disabled or destroyed: a Defense.gov statement said DoD “cracks down” on drones. A Pentagon spokesman told reporters yesterday […]

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3 Ways Intel is Shaping the Drone Industry

3 Ways Intel is Shaping the Drone Industry Intel has come a long way from just providing chips, and over the last few years the company has moved quickly to the forefront of the drone industry.  With a series of acquisitions, including a stake in major Chinese manufacturer Yuneec, and the development of drone technologies […]

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CNN Gets First Closed Set Waiver

CNN Gets First Closed Set Waiver CNN Aerial Imagery and Reporting (CNN AIR), the media giant’s drone division, is the first organization to get a Part 107 waiver for flight over people for “closed-set motion picture and television filming.” CNN was required to demonstrate safety to the FAA before receiving the waiver, which “allows CNN […]

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Charges Dismissed Against Drone Operator Who Flew Over Pipeline Protest

Charges Dismissed Against Drone Operator Who Flew Over Pipeline Protest Criminal charges against Myron Dewey, the drone operator who documented the Dakota Access Pipeline protests at Standing Rock last year, have been dismissed. Dewey faced stalking charges brought by the Morton County Sheriff’s Office after he flew his drone over two hired security officers, reportedly […]

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The Argument Over Drone Registration Continues

The Argument Over Drone Registration Continues The response to John Taylor’s FOIA request asking the FAA for records that indicate the recreational drone registration program was ever used to enforce regulations is the latest point of discussion in the argument over the program. By now, everyone in the drone communitiy knows about John Taylor’s winning […]

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FAA’s Drone ID and Tracking ARC Holds First Meeting

FAA’s Drone ID and Tracking ARC Holds First Meeting The FAA has announced that the first meeting of the UAS Identification and Tracking Aviation Rulemaking Committee (ARC)  “advanced key policies of concern to the FAA, industry and law enforcement.” The ARC was formed to bring stakeholders together to address the issue of remote drone ID […]

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