Rules For Micro-UAS Flights Over People Suggested

Credit: Draganflyer: Draganfly Innovations
An FAA-chartered advisory committee has submitted recommendations for regulations that would enable small unmanned aircraft to be flown over people. The Micro Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Aviation Rulemaking Committee (ARC) has proposed four categories of vehicle based on weight or impact energy...
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