FAA allowances to fly drones over people and beyond visual line of sight of their operators are considered key for commercial applications of small unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), as is the development of a UAS Traffic Management (UTM) system for multiple drones. But none of this is possible, the agency says, until government and industry devise a method of identifying drones from the ground. In a succession of presentations in June, FAA senior executives reinforced the message that ...

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