The Government Accountability Office (GAO) has just released a 55-page report containing a series of recommendation for improving the FAA’s integration of drones into the National Airspace System (NAS). InContinue Reading GAO To FAA “Do Better on Drones!”
“We Know Who You Are….” Remote Identification of Drones is Here!!
The FAA’s remote identification rules for unmanned aircraft (Remote ID) are back on track. The United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit has just rejected the…Continue Reading “We Know Who You Are….” Remote Identification of Drones is Here!!
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The 2020 Aviation Symposium: Lessons Learned From Major Aviation Issues
Fox Rothschild’s 2020 Aviation Symposium is less than two weeks away, and there’s still time to sign up. Registration is complimentary and, in addition to a comprehensive program on aviation…
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FAA Efforts Aim to Reduce Drone Jurisdictional Disputes
In an article for Law360, Mark Dombroff explains how the Federal Aviation Administration and local governments continue to vie for control of the airspace being used by drones —…
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Remote Identification Rule Makes Progress . . . Maybe
As most readers know, the lack of a standard for the remote identification of unmanned aircraft has held up progress in a number of areas critical for integration of UAS…
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