Four more companies have received FAA approvals for limited commercial operations of small unmanned aircraft systems, expanding authorized uses to include aerial survey, flare-stack inspection and construction-site monitoring. The approvals were granted using a provision in Section 333 of the 2012 FAA reauthorization legislation allowing exemptions to the ban on commercial UAV operations where risk to people and property is low, and there are safety or environmental benefits over manned ...

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