The film industry is the first to apply for FAA approval to operate unmanned aircraft in carefully controlled conditions under special legislation introduced by Congress in 2012. Seven aerial photography companies working for the movie and television industry have applied for exemptions to the ban on civil UAS to allow use of small unmanned rotorcraft on closed sets. The UAS will operate only within restricted sterile areas established during filming, and the applications do not envision ...
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