In less than one year, unmanned aircraft crashed into the Grand Canyon, buzzed over an amphitheater at Mount Rushmore and harassed bighorn sheep in Utah. Now, UAVs are no longer welcome at U.S. National Parks. National Park Service Director Jonathan Jarvis will not allow UAVs to launch, land or operate on national park grounds, at least for now. During the temporary ban, he is planning to propose regulating the use of UAVs. This is often a hurry-up-and-wait process that requires a public ...
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