Kentucky scores major partnership with MIT to fuel innovation

Last year, the FAA created the UAS Integration Pilot Program, which allowed local governments to apply for innovation zones where new drone operations would be permitted beyond the current visual line-of-sight limitations. The application submitted by the …

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Teen’s gun-firing drone triggers federal probe

Video of a handgun fired from a hovering drone into a wooded area has been posted on YouTube — where it has gone viral — apparently by an 18-year-old Connecticut student whose father says his son created the drone for a college class. No one was harmed, nor has the teenager been arrested or charged. …

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Video of teen’s handgun-firing drone leads to FAA, police investigation

Video of a handgun fired from a hovering drone into a wooded area has been posted on YouTube — where it has gone viral — apparently by an 18-year-old Connecticut student whose father says his son created the drone for a college class. No one was harmed, nor has the teenager been arrested or charged. …

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Gun-firing drone in video appears legal but raises security concerns; FAA, police investigating

CLINTON, Conn. — Video of a handgun fired from a hovering drone has been posted on YouTube — where it has gone viral — apparently by an 18-year-old Connecticut student whose father says his son created the drone for a college class. No one was harmed, nor has the teenager been arrested or charged. Still, …

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Handgun-firing drone appears legal in video, but FAA, police probe further

(CNN) — Video of a handgun fired from a drone while hoovering on private land was apparently posted on YouTube — where it went viral — by an 18-year-old Connecticut student whose father says his son created the drone for a college class.

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