Category Archives: Drone Laws

Category: Drone Laws

Drone ADS-B discounted for AOPA members
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Drone ADS-B discounted for AOPA members October 28, 2019 (Source: While the fast-approaching ADS-B Out mandate does not apply to drones, there’s still a strong case for integrating the technology in both manned and unmanned operations. AOPA members can purchase uAvionix solutions for both kinds of aircraft at a discount. Image courtesy of uAvionix

ID Requirements For Drones Coming Soon (with personal commentary)
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(Source: Belvoir Publications) A critical step in the integration of unmanned aircraft into the National Airspace System is scheduled for Dec. 20 as the FAA releases its Notice of Proposed Rulemaking on remote identification requirements for drones. The agency will require that all drones emit some kind of signal giving aircraft and ownership information and

Keeping Your Public Safety UAS Program Alive
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Speaker: Keenan Newton  (from InterDrone 2019/Las Vegas) A lot of fire agencies have great intentions when developing UAS Programs and look for outside help in getting them started. However, keeping the program going can be challenging as well. When developing a UAS program you have to think about the long haul. This session looks into