A six-month study on the threat of drone incursions by senior airport, air traffic control (ATC) and security experts came to an unsurprising conclusion: Federal governments in the U.S. and Canada should do more to help airports deal with rogue drones. “Without a robust federal role, an unacceptable security gap will continue to exist at many airports across the U.S. and Canada,” the Blue Ribbon Task Force on Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Mitigation at Airports states in a ...

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