US Unveils Proposed Guidelines for Commercial Use of Drone Aircraft

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Sunday released proposed rules to deal with the rising demand for the use of unmanned commercial drones in the United States.  At the same time, the White House issued a presidential memo requiring federal agencies using drones to be transparent and protect civil liberties.

Although the new regulations are still months or years away, the long-anticipated rules would open a new era in which small, commercial drones less than 25-kilograms can perform tasks like crop monitoring and bridge and electrical tower inspections. READ MORE OF THIS STORY

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