NASA will bring together many technology developments next year for testing the capabilities of unmanned aircraft to fly in commercial airspace, an agency official said Nov. 17. “Flight test series three is going to happen next summer,” Laurie Grindle, the head of NASA’s project to integrate UAVs into the National Airspace System (NAS), told an industry conference on UAV commercialization. “That is the first time we’ll be bringing all of our technology ...

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