The growth of UAS/AAM requires Aerial Roads Federal preemption assures consistency; private action will move more quickly It is not a Zero Sum game between these options The policy issues surrounding the future of UAVs…
Based on the assertions of the American pundits, the European UAS industry must be doomed. However, the EASA gestation period resulted in some wise proposals.
The FAA’s own Center of Excellence has issued conclusions which may/should result in revisions to Part 107.
All 17 aviation safety predictions are certain to happen in 2017. Return tomorrow to see the scorecard for the JDA Journal 2016 Prognoses.
Today is the first day of Part 107. Here are 16 prognoses about the drone future, 2016 and beyond.
The Part 107 Final Rule, issued June 21, responds in detail to the thousands of comments filed in the docket, but very few alterations were made.
Today, we might see the long awaited FAA issuance of the UAS final regulations, some 16 months since the issuance of the NPRM. Here are some predictions. Let us know yours!
The analysis of whether the local laws may stand involves “federal preemption.”