Tag Archives: FAA
Robot watchers likely know about the FAA’s recent solicitation of applications from entities desiring to operate one of six experimental test sites for domestic drones.
Last year, Congress ordered the FAA to figure out how to bring drones into the … Read more »
According to a correspondent who prefers to remain anonymous but who recently passed through … Read more »
Somehow, I doubt the FAA would mind these drones over D.C. airspace. Inauguration day drone protest.
Hat tip: Josh Gerstein
The aphorism is a commonplace – if you find yourself in a hole, the first thing to do is to stop digging. I sometimes wonder if our cyber developers understand that problem.
Today’s case in point is the NextGen air … Read more »
From the shameless self-promotion department, this: last week Brookings published my recent paper on the integration of unmanned aircraft systems—drones—into our national airspace.
The piece identifies: (1) key benchmarks set by the FAA Modernization and Authorization Act, the statute behind … Read more »