The lights will stay on at the FAA, at least for now. Last night, the Senate passed the House bill extending authorization for FAA funding through March 8, 2024. TheContinue Reading The Lights Will Stay On at the FAA . . . For Now
Thanks to everyone who attended our last webinar, Commercializing Space: The Next Frontier.
If you missed the presentation, or you just wish to revisit the topic, you can watch…Continue Reading Thank You for Attending Our Webinar – Commercializing Space: The Next Frontier.
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Thursday, June 29, 2023 | 1 – 2:30 pm ET | 10 – 11:30 am PT
Commercialization of space is lifting off as space exploration and innovation…Continue Reading Commercializing Space: The Next Frontier
It’s that time again. Every five years, the Congress has to “reauthorize” the Federal Aviation Administration to keep it up and running. Congress uses this important event as an opportunity…Continue Reading Countdown to FAA Reauthorization
We are fast approaching the date when unmanned aircraft flown in the United States will have to be equipped for remote identification. One of the few exceptions to this requirement…Continue Reading Drones and Remote Identification . . . Another Development
The FAA continues its slow march forward in dealing with 5G issues. Last week, the FAA released a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) to address helicopter radio altimeter interference issues.Continue Reading “5G . . . . The Next Chapter”
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|After several years of turbulence, we’re excited to announce we plan to convene in person for our annual symposium in 2023.
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Now that 2022 is half over, and the pandemic appears to be winding down, it is…
Continue Reading Webinar – Current State of Aviation: 5G, Drones, Urban Mobility and More
The NTSB has been receiving serious pushback on its Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) that would “codify[ ] its investigative role in commercial space transportation.” In its proposal, published…
Continue Reading A Failure to Launch? – NTSB’s Proposed Rule on Commercial Space Launch Accidents