Guest Post: This article published with permission from our partners at DroneII, Drone Industry Insights. Drone data security is in a very early stage – not in terms of infrastructure and opportunities, but in terms of adoption. Now, let us paint the bigger picture and put drone data security into context. Data security is always …
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The FAA is preparing for safely implemented drone traffic not only through the UAS Integration Pilot Program but with new rules for hobby users too. The drone industry is rapidly evolving. When the Drive reported on the Commercial Drone Alliance urging the Federal Aviation Administration to regulate hobby pilots as stringently as their commercial counterparts, they didn’t …
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According to Verticle Magazine, Air ambulance providers in the United States could soon be required to distinguish between charges for air transportation and medical services in the bills they send to patients and insurers. H.R. 4, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Reauthorization Act recently passed by the U.S. House of Representatives, calls for federal rulemaking …
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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 System (UAS) specific …
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Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI) has made another effort to promote its wide range of products on Kazakh market. By signing of an MoU agreement with Kazakhstan Aviation Industry, TAI is set to strengthen the role it plays on the local market and position itself as one of main combat and …

Something for the weekend sir, an interesting report – GAO sUAS Report -from the United States Government Accountability Office. Well worth sitting down with a beer and considering. What GAO Found The Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) information on the extent of unsafe use of small unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) in the national airspace system is limited. Although …
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