Integrating unmanned aerial systems (UAS) and helping to export them are chief among policy concerns to further the interests of U.S. aerospace and defense companies, says Aerospace Industries Association President and CEO Marion Blakey. Blakey, speaking at the Aero Club of Washington June 30, says further developments of UAS will require “a more sophisticated solution than carving out and closing off chunks of airspace for training flights.” The FAA, airlines and other airspace users ...
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