Business & Commercial Aviation

Drone Revolution: What Business Aviation Operators Need to Know About UAS

There’s a revolution in unmanned aviation afoot ... or rather, aloft.

The 24-hr. news cycle and the Internet are full of news about “drones” — public vernacular for unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) or, alternately, unmanned aerial systems (UASs). Sooner or later, as the recognized “aviation experts” in their companies, aviation department managers and chief pilots are likely to be asked about them by management, either because of concerns over safety, or a genuine interest in the technology for internal exploitation, or as potential product lines.

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