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An imaginary conversation between the Administrator and the Chairman of the Transportation & Infrastructure Committee will serve as a vehicle to illustrate the impact of some of his key statements. The context of the conversation is the Chairman’s consideration of a new FAA Reauthorization Act of 2017.
The DoT/FAA established a rulemaking committee called the Performance Standards and Requirements for Micro Unmanned Aircraft Systems Aviation Rulemaking Committee (the Micro ARC)(Iteration #3).
The FAA issues the order designating airspace as prohibited, but the decision as to when, where and how much is NOT made by the FAA.
Not much is known about a drone enthusiast seeking to stop the FAA’s registration rules. Here is an equally superficial review of the players in this litigation.
This is #9 in our weekly series of compendia of what has been published about the drone industry.
This is the 7th edition of a weekly feature of the JDA Journal. Expect to see this compilation of stories about drones on Fridays.