Congress Eyes Interim Rules To Speed UAS Use


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Concerned it could take the FAA up to two years to finalize its rules for small unmanned aircraft systems (sUAS), a bill has been introduced in Congress to establish interim operating guidelines to avoid companies being forced by FAA restrictions to leave the U.S. to test their commercial UAS. The...

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