The U.S. unmanned aviation system (UAS) commercial market could be boosted as the Afghanistan war cools and new federal mandates spur business interest in the platforms, according to a leading aviation law firm. “Today, over 300 businesses produce over a 1,000 different unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) ranging in size from a medium-sized passenger jet to a small winged insect,” notes a paper released this month by Michael Goldman of the firm Silverberg, Goldman and Bikoff. “They are mostly ...

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