FAA To Get Results Of Initial Small-UAS Collision Severity Studies

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U.S. researchers are flinging small unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) and their components at aircraft structures in a speedy effort to provide data on collision risks to help the FAA with future rulemaking. Results suggest people on the ground can be less concerned about injuries from falling drones...

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