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Some 500 seat packs remain on backorder
While one company has released a 'SkyTracker' system to protect airports from drones, MITRE Corporation will award cash for further solutions.
Recommendations call for registry to apply to small UAS that weigh more than 250 grams and up to 55 pounds.
Verified users will be able to unlock the Geospatial Environment Online system as needed in some locations, DJI said.
Program on schedule for year-end certification
The German company is demonstrating a cooling pack, fight control components and a nose landing gear.
The space agency and the FAA are discussing a joint approach to managing the entry of small drones into the airspace system.
Global Aerospace and Dentons collaborated on white paper that addresses drone insurance and legal issues.
Collins bestows Tier One status on Embry-Riddle
Convention presence is just one aspect part of university’s year-long birthday celebration.