FAA Studies Airport Drones, Counter-Drone Systems

FAA Falcon drone
The FAA and Agriculture Department are collaborating on wildlife using drones, including aircraft made to look like a predatory falcon.
Credit: FAA
WASHINGTON—The FAA is exploring new applications for using drones in the airport environment and simultaneously advancing its study of systems designed to stop unauthorized drones from interfering with airport operations. The FAA has evaluated counter-unmanned aircraft systems (C-UAS) technology to...

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