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Expertise includes “design, development and production of lightweight aerostructures, electrical wiring interconnection systems and landing gear” and MRO.
Williams was appointed to lead the FAA's newly created UAS Integration office in March 2012.
The number of laser attacks on aircraft is on the rise.
ALPA wants drones to carry the same type of collision avoidance technology demanded of current commercial and general aviation aircraft.
Real estate and other aerial photography applications of drones lead the first several hundred exemptions awarded by the FAA.
Consortium awarded 21 percent of major structural components
The agency seeks to develop a standardized test protocol for airport safety area structures.
United Technologies had been publicly shopping Sikorsky since at least February, and the Lockheed-Sikorsky deal had been telegraphed for weeks.
The changes reflects the ongoing international efforts to harmonize AOM around the world.
More than 2,700 laser-strike incidents have been reported so far this year.