Small UAS Rule ‘Puts U.S. In Lead’ On Drone Use

Credit: Lancaster 5: PrecisionHawk

After years of criticizing the FAA for dragging its feet on regulating unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), industry has welcomed the first rule enabling routine commercial operations as more flexible than expected and ahead of regulations in other countries. Part 107, also known as the Small UAS Rule,...

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