‘Fear-Based’ Policies Stifle Drone Innovation, DJI Says

DJI’s Brendan Schulman addresses the AUVSI virtual Xponential conference.
Credit: Bill Carey screenshot
Irrational, “fear-based” concerns over drone safety and security are stifling the use of the technology in the U.S. after the initial progress that was made in 2016, leading drone manufacturer DJI says. Addressing the virtual Xponential conference of the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems...

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