FAA Drone committee and problems with reaching consensus


On October 10th the Wall Street Journal reported that the Drone Advisory Committee (DAC) created by the FAA, failed to reach a consensus on how civilian drones should be tracked by authorities. It is a vital problem because in our time UAVs becoming more and more popular for any sorts of tasks across nearly every industry.

We believe that clear statutory regulation is of the essence for further development of UAS application in the commercial environment both within and beyond visual line of sight. We are actively developing collision-avoidance systems around our UAVs and support all initiatives to make aerial navigation safe both in the sky and on the ground.

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