Unmanned Extended   If the FAA releases its long-delayed final Small UAS rule as promised by June 2016, it will only come under intensifying market pressure to expand the rule’s constraints and allow flights at night and beyond the operator’s visual line of sight, aided by technologies including cellular connectivity and low-power automatic dependent surveillance broadcast (ADS-B). The FAA’s Pathfinder program is already testing urban and beyond-line-of-sight ...

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