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FAA Administrator Dickson Speaks on Sharing the National Airspace With Drones

Drones can be used for nefarious purposes and also pose a safety risk when operated innocently, but unsafely. Dickson said the FAA is studying the risks, such as ground and airborne collision severity studies, engine ingestion testing, and looking at UAS detection which will be tested at five airports over the next two years. Keep Reading

FAA and AUVSI to Host Virtual Drone Symposium

This year Episode III, scheduled for June 9-10, will concentrate on international operations, STEM, public safety operations, recreational drone operations, and commercial drone operations. Episode IV is scheduled for September 14-15 with a focus on UAS traffic management, technology, the BEYOND program, advanced air mobility, and international operations. Keep Reading

FAA Advances Drone Integration Initiatives

The Federal Aviation Administration has announced a new Unmanned Aircraft Systems Collegiate Training Initiative that allows educational institutions and the agency to work collaboratively with students who pursue careers in UAS. Keep Reading

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