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Mon, May 02, 2016

FAA Small UAS Rules Getting Closer

Proposed Regulations For Small UAS Operation Have Been Forwarded To The OMB For A Final Look

After waiting for an extended time, the FAA has finally forwarded its proposed regulations for small unmanned aerial systems (UAS) to the White House for a final review. According to a report on ‘hlregulation.com,’ this move presents the final opportunity for interested parties to have an effect on the outcome of the regulation.

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Mon, May 02, 2016

Carter Aviation Seeking Partners For UAS Business Development

Company Says Slowed Rotor/Compound Technologies Could Have Applications In The Unmanned Market

Carter Aviation Technologies, LLC (Carter) has explored interest in its Slowed Rotor/Compound (SR/C) technologies for Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) in the past. Carter has formed teams and partnerships and even secured UAS study contracts with its SR/C technology, but has yet to produce a UAS demonstrator.

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Sun, May 01, 2016

FAA Approves 5,000 Section 333 Exemption Petition Grants

Gowdy Brothers Aerospace Looks To The Future Of Non-Recreational UAS Use

FAA Airman and Airspace Rules Division announces 5,076 approved Section 333 petition grants. The FAA further clarified there were another 7,000 petitions waiting to be approved as of April 20th at the FAA UAS symposium hosted by Embry-Riddle University. This is significantly up from approximately 50 approved exemptions this time last year. Nevertheless, there has been a recent slowdown as individuals, businesses, non-profits and governmental agencies all anticipate regulatory changes.

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Sun, May 01, 2016

FAA Provides An Update At UAS Symposium

The FAA Administrator Says Progress Is Being Made On UAS Issues

The FAA held a UAS Symposium in conjunction with Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University last week to broaden the dialogue with industry and the public on how to safely integrate unmanned aircraft into the National Airspace System.

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Sun, May 01, 2016

NASA And FAA Practice Drone Traffic Management

Numerous Drones Recently Participated In Testing At FAA Test Sites Across The Country

Many beneficial civilian applications of UAS have been proposed, from goods delivery and infrastructure surveillance, to search and rescue, and agricultural monitoring. However, at this time there is no established infrastructure to provide traffic control for multiple drone operations.

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Sun, May 01, 2016

Michigan High School Establishes Aviation Program

Classes Will Be Held At Pellston Regional Airport

Alanson, Michigan Superintendent of Schools Dean Paul has established an aviation program for high school students with classes to be taught at Pellston Regional Airport.

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