NASA is seeking industry feedback on its plans for a new, five-year, $150 million program to help integrate unmanned aircraft into civil airspace. The feedback is likely to be mixed, reports Aviation Week senior editor Graham Warwick, as the agency’s last major unmanned aircraft research program was canceled before it got off the ground despite industry backing. The new program would focus on separation assurance and collision avoidance, pilot-aircraft interface, certification requirements ...
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