Regulatory Matters

14 14.06.2018

First NASA Large UAS Flight in Public Airspace without Chase Plane

2018-06-14T07:11:10+00:00 14.06.2018|Kategorien: Applications & Testing & Experience, News, Non-Military & Commercial UAS, Regulatory Matters, Research, UAS Vision|Tags: , , , , , |

A Detect and Avoid (DAA) avionics system developed by General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Inc. (GA‑ASI) was the key technology that enabled an unmanned aircraft flight through the National Airspace System (NAS) after taking off from southern California on Tuesday. The DAA system installed on Ikhana, a NASA-owned Predator B/MQ-9 Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS), enabled the UAS to meet the […]

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13 13.06.2018

FAA’s Safety Rules for Commercial Drones Are Overly Strict, Report Says

2018-06-13T07:13:46+00:00 13.06.2018|Kategorien: News, Regulatory Matters, UAS Vision|Tags: , , |

Introducing drone operations into the nation’s airspace can provide substantial benefits to society, such as preventing derailments, inspecting cell phone towers, delivering medical devices to patients in cardiac distress, and assisting firefighters, says a new congressionally mandated report by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. However, an overly conservative approach to safety risk assessments at […]

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13 13.06.2018

Transport Canada Adds Microdrones md4-3000 to List of Compliant UAVs

2018-06-13T06:57:49+00:00 13.06.2018|Kategorien: News, Non-Military & Commercial UAS, Regulatory Matters, UAS Vision|Tags: , , , |

The Microdrones md4-3000 has been added to Transport Canada’s (TC) exclusive list of compliant unmanned aerial vehicles. To date, only fifteen manufacturers worldwide have achieved this distinction. Vivien Heriard-Dubreuil, president of Microdrones, explained why this is important, not only in Canada, but internationally. “Professionals across all continents view Transport Canada compliance as a benchmark for aviation safety, quality, consistency […]

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12 12.06.2018

FAA Restricts Drone Operations over DOJ and USCG Facilities

2018-06-12T07:02:54+00:00 12.06.2018|Kategorien: News, Regulatory Matters, UAS Vision|Tags: , , |

At the request of federal security partners, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has been using its existing authority under Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations (14 CFR)§ 99.7 – “Special Security Instructions” – to address concerns about drone operations over national security sensitive facilities by establishing temporary Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) specific flight restrictions. Information on […]

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31 31.05.2018

UK Introduces New Drone Regulations

2018-05-31T09:03:37+00:00 31.05.2018|Kategorien: News, Non-Military & Commercial UAS, Regulatory Matters, UAS Vision|Tags: , , , |

 New laws being introduced in the UK on 30 May 2018 will restrict all drones from flying above 400 feet and within 1 kilometre of airport boundaries. Following a year-on-year increase in the report of drone incidents with aircraft – with 93 in 2017 – these measures will reduce the possibility of damage to […]

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28 28.05.2018

FAA Should Improve Management of Safety Risks – GAO

2018-05-28T09:42:18+00:00 28.05.2018|Kategorien: News, Non-Military & Commercial UAS, Regulatory Matters, UAS Vision|Tags: , , , |

The Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) information on the extent of unsafe use of small unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) in the national airspace system is limited. Although FAA collects data on several types of safety events involving small UAS, the accuracy and completeness of the data are questionable. For example, since 2014, pilots and others have […]

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23 23.05.2018

ALPA Opposes ‘Dangerous’ Remote Operations Provisions in FAA Bill

2018-05-23T06:47:48+00:00 23.05.2018|Kategorien: National Associations, News, Regulatory Matters, UAS Vision|Tags: , , , |

The executive board of the Air Line Pilots Association, International (ALPA) has come out unanimously opposed to a provision in the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) reauthorization bill which calls for research and development of remote alternatives to cargo pilots. The bill, now under consideration by the Senate, would make room for R&D on remote operations […]

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21 21.05.2018

FAA Modifies Restrictions on Drones over DoD Facilities

2018-05-21T06:48:56+00:00 21.05.2018|Kategorien: News, Regulatory Matters, UAS Vision|Tags: , , |

At the request of the Department of Defense, and Federal security and law enforcement agencies, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has been using its existing authority under Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations § 99.7 – “Special Security Instructions” – to address the potential threat posed by malicious drone operations by establishing Unmanned Aircraft […]

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18 18.05.2018

Croatia Relaxes Drone Laws

2018-05-18T06:48:50+00:00 18.05.2018|Kategorien: Aerial Photography, News, Non-Military & Commercial UAS, Regulatory Matters, UAS Vision|Tags: , , , , |

Drones and companies using drones for video and photo footage has been a boom business is Croatia over the past few years. However, due to extremely tight restrictions put in place by the Croatian Civil Aviation Agency (CCAA) more and more calls have been coming from drone users to relax some of these rules. At […]

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11 11.05.2018

NASA’s Urban Air Mobility initiative

2018-05-11T07:05:20+00:00 11.05.2018|Kategorien: News, Non-Military & Commercial UAS, Regulatory Matters, UAS Vision, UTM|Tags: , , , , |

There was a time when people and goods were moved through the crowded city on the ground, restricted to the busy street surfaces by necessity and gravity. So, inspired visionaries considered new ways to get about town and dreamt of innovative flying machines that could safely transport passengers and ship cargo within the urban jungle […]

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