U.S. drone operator SkyPan to pay $200000 for unauthorized flights

“Under the terms of the agreement, SkyPan will pay a $200,000 civil penalty”, reads the FAA release. Those PSAs will focus on the importance of drone operators to learn UAS regulations … FAA Administrator Michael Huerta said in an October 2015 statement.

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FAA Administrator Talks Safety and Innovation at AirVenture

Speaking before a diverse general aviation audience at the EAA AirVenture air show in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, FAA Administrator Michael Huerta underscored the importance of government and industry collaboration and highlighted a number of initiatives that are making general aviation safer and more efficient.

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Inside the New Arms Race to Control Bandwidth on the Battlefield

Communications, navigation, battlefield logistics, precision munitions?all of these depend on complete and unfettered access to the spectrum, territory that must be vigilantly defended from enemy combatants. Yet despite the importance of this crucial resource, America’s grip on the spectrum has never been more tenuous.

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