Regulatory Matters

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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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11 11.05.2018

FAA Selects 10 Drone Programs for Testing

2018-05-11T07:05:16+00:00 11.05.2018|Kategorien: News, Non-Military & Commercial UAS, Regulatory Matters, UAS Vision|Tags: , , , |

Accompanied by technology innovators and government leaders from across the nation, U.S. Secretary of Transportation Elaine L. Chao  announced the 10 state, local and tribal governments who will conduct flight tests as part of the Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Integration Pilot Program. “We know our diverse new partners will help us address a broad range of […]

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10 10.05.2018

NASA, Uber to Explore Safety, Efficiency of Future Urban Airspace

2018-05-10T07:51:10+00:00 10.05.2018|Kategorien: Business News, Non-Military & Commercial UAS, Regulatory Matters, Transport, UAS Vision|Tags: , , , , |

NASA has signed a second space act agreement with Uber Technologies, Inc., to further explore concepts and technologies related to urban air mobility (UAM) to ensure a safe and efficient system for future air transportation in populated areas.   Under this agreement, Uber will share its plans for implementing an urban aviation rideshare network. NASA will use […]

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1 01.05.2018

FAA Begins Nationwide LAANC Beta Test

2018-05-01T07:36:14+00:00 01.05.2018|Kategorien: News, Regulatory Matters, UAS Vision|Tags: , , |

From Monday this week, the FAA is phasing in a nationwide beta test of the Low Altitude Authorization and Notification Capability (LAANC) that will deploy the system incrementally at nearly 300 air traffic facilities covering approximately 500 airports. The beta expansion follows successful evaluation of a prototype LAANC system last November. The first facilities taking […]

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23 23.04.2018

Xcel Energy Becomes First Utility to Fly Drones BVLOS

2018-04-23T06:47:22+00:00 23.04.2018|Kategorien: News, Non-Military & Commercial UAS, Regulatory Matters, UAS Vision|Tags: , , , |

The Federal Aviation Administration granted approval to Xcel Energy for drone flights beyond the operator’s line of sight. Through its new Part 107 waiver, the company claims it will be the first utility in the nation to routinely fly drones BVLOS when it begins surveying transmission lines near Denver. “Xcel Energy is honored to be the first […]

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18 18.04.2018

France Wants Electronic Conspicuity Beacons on Drones

2018-04-18T07:01:41+00:00 18.04.2018|Kategorien: News, Regulatory Matters, UAS Vision|Tags: , , |

The French government has proposed a new law making it mandatory for all drones to be fitted with electronic conspicuity beacons – an idea with big implications for the future of drone regulation. The proposal, written in legal French (a translation of which can be found here) would mandate the installation of beacons on all unmanned […]

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16 16.04.2018

Rocketmine Obtains Both BCV and BARS Certifications

2018-04-16T06:51:32+00:00 16.04.2018|Kategorien: News, Non-Military & Commercial UAS, Regulatory Matters, UAS Vision|Tags: , , , |

Rocketmine, a South African based subsidiary of the Delta Drone Group has become the first drone operator in Africa to obtain both Basic Compliance Verification (BCV) and Basic Aviation Risk Standards (BARS) certifications, after almost a year of intense auditing through independent consultants. This achievement speaks directly to the excellent safety and compliance culture in […]

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