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NASA: Compact radars will let drones fly in crowded airspace

NASA compact radars drones

NASA recently got through the final stage of its drone testing program to find the best solution to allow drones to fly in crowded airspace. The testing is in partnership with the FAA and three industry partners to show potential commercial applications using different size drones in various locations and different airspace classes.

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The ACLU weighs in on the FAA’s Remote ID

Just recently, the Federal Aviation Administration announced its new Remote ID rule. In a nutshell, drones will require a digital license plate down the road, which must be wirelessly transmitted. Before too long, some drones being manufactured will have this capability built-in, or you will be able to purchase a separate module that does the job. Now, the American Civil Liberties Union has offered its own take on the rule.

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Will it be legal to fly DJI’s new FPV drone? People are asking…

We’ve had a number of inquiries about whether it will be legal to fly DJI’s new FPV drone (when it’s eventually released). Of course, the same regulations would apply to all FPV drones, not just a DJI product. We knew the answer, but thought it would be good to take a deeper dive.

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FAA’s Final Rule on operating drones over people and at night

In the midst of all the excitement over the FAA’s new Remote ID Rule, it was easy for the Federal Aviation Administration’s other announcement to get lost. The regulator released its new rules for flying drones over people and at night. The rules will make it simpler; you will no longer require a waiver. But… there’s a catch.

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