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The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) publishes the Standardization Roadmap for Unmanned Aircraft Systems, Version 2.0. Click here to download the document.
A webinar is also scheduled for July 15 at 12 noon, EST. For the online version see here. A webinar with UASSC leaders providing an overview of the roadmap will be held on July 15 at 12 noon Eastern. Interested individuals may Register here.
"Named after an Old English word for a type of dragon, the Rhaegal-A won’t be making its mark by burninating the countryside. Instead the electric cargo drone capable of taking off and landing like a helicopter is in the spotlight today during a U.S. Air Force conference about “flying car” technologies."
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Commercial UAV Americas has announced that their event will be on-line only. Click here for more details. The Law-Tech Connect Workshop, which is adjunct to the conference will also be online.
What you Need to do before you Fly your Drone:
According to FAA requirements, you must register your drone when flying under Part 107, and, label your drone with your registration number. For complete details, see here and follow all the steps.
The 2020 Commercial UAV Expo Americas will take place on September 15-17, 2020, Paris Las Vegas, Las Vegas, NV.
As unmanned aviation progresses, it is essential to know and understand parallel developments related advances in Unmanned Aircraft System Traffic Management (UTM). For details visit the FAA site. UTM is different but it complements the Air Traffic Management (ATM) system. UTM, in one sentence, identifies the whole spectrum of requirements, including performance requirements for management of low-altitude uncontrolled drone operations.
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