Power Line Inspections Will Expand Boundaries Of Small UAS Operations

Credit: Sharper Shape
Taking advantage of flexibility built into the FAA’s new Part 107 small unmanned aircraft system (UAS) rule, North Dakota-based drone service provider SkySlopes has applied for a waiver to conduct long-distance flights to inspect power lines and other infrastructure for electric companies. Part 107...

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