Under Tightly Controlled Conditions, U.S. Airports Could Use Drones to Reap Unexpected Benefits, LeClairRyan Aviation Attorney Advises

“If the FAA shuts down all operations,” Dombroff writes in the column, “the airport is essentially on lockdown—conditions in which it is perfectly safe for trained, monitored and authorized operators to fly UAS in service of defined tasks.” That means …

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Under Tightly Controlled Conditions, U.S. Airports Could Use Drones to Reap Unexpected Benefits, LeClairRyan Aviation Attorne…

“If the FAA shuts down all operations,” Dombroff writes in the column, “the airport is essentially on lockdown—conditions in which it is perfectly safe for trained, monitored and authorized operators to fly UAS in service of defined tasks.” That means …

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Big Changes at County Airport … Will Millions Make an Economic Hub?

But she said for many UAS companies; those are attributes. For instance, drones may not be flown over people or buildings under current FAA regulations. That means having an ocean or bay nearby makes for an excellent testing ground. Plus, the quality of …

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The Cops Are Going to Absolutely Hate This New Graffiti-Spraying Drone

Now drones can be artists too. A graffiti artist named Katsu has equipped an unmanned vehicle with a spray-paint can so that he can remotely tag buildings in Silicon Valley. The drone moves through a combination of Katsu’s controls and autonomous maneuvers to avoid crashing into objects. That means the graffiti is a bit less…

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