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Keith Hake 2020-12-29
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The Federal Aviation Administration cleared the Boeing 737 Max in November.
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Eric Vela 2021-02-03
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As SN9 got the green light to fly, the Federal Aviation Administration reveals that its predecessor never did.
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Adam Amie 2021-05-04
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The Federal Aviation Administration said it's received around 1,300 reports of disruptive passengers since February.
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Robert Carter 2021-01-29
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SpaceX was unable to launch its newest Starship prototype on Thursday after the Federal Aviation Administration canceled the flight attempt.
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Adrian Bray 2021-03-04
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Joby is on track to launch passenger flights in the next three years as it nears certification from the Federal Aviation Administration.
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Bradley James 2021-01-16
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The Federal Aviation Administration on Friday finalized a rule allowing commercial drones to fly over people and without an on-site operator.
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Sienna Stewart 2020-12-30
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The US FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) announced that it will issue a long-awaited rule to allow for small drones to fly over people and at night.

It would bring the technology’s use for widespread commercial deliveries one step closer to becoming a reality.

Moreover, the FAA is also requiring remote identification for most drones in order to address security concerns.

The FAA Administrator Steve Dickson issued a statement and said, “The new rules make way for the further integration of drones into our airspace by addressing safety and security concerns.

They get us closer to the day when we will more routinely see drone operations such as the delivery of packages”.

So, drones will be required to have to flash anti-collision lights that can be seen up to 3 miles away, under the Operations Over People and at Night rule.http://www.shipldl.com/us-federal-aviation-administration-announced-new-rules-for-drones/

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Jennie Miller 2020-12-30

It would bring the technology’s use for widespread commercial deliveries one step closer to becoming a reality.

The FAA Administrator Steve Dickson issued a statement and said, “The new rules make way for the further integration of drones into our airspace by addressing safety and security concerns.

They get us closer to the day when we will more routinely see drone operations such as the delivery of packages”.

So, drones will be required to have to flash anti-collision lights that can be seen up to 3 miles away, under the Operations Over People and at Night rule.Moreover, the rotating parts of the drone should not be exposed because it could potentially lacerate human skin.

It is noteworthy that the final rule also requires drone operators to carry their remote pilot certificate and identification at all times and to complete special training.

However, the Remote ID rule will require all drones registered with the FAA to broadcast identification, location, and take-off information via radiofrequency.

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James Mckinnis 2021-01-07
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The company was charged with defrauding the Federal Aviation Administration over its evaluation of the 737 Max airplane, leading to two catastrophic crashes.
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David Gilmore 2021-07-27
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It’s the latest in a succession of secretive tests Joby's been conducting, all part of its goal to achieve certification with the Federal Aviation Administration and start commercial operations.
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Bob Sun 2020-12-28
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The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has published its final rule on Remote ID for drones, clarifying the details about the previously announced remote identification plan and providing the details manufacturers will need to ensure their drones meet the requirements. Remote ID aims to provide national security officials and law enforcement with a way to identify drones posing a risk to … Continue reading
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Larry Armitage 2016-11-27
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Quadcopters were one of last holiday season s hot-ticket items, and with even more affordable and feature-rich machines hitting the market over the last 12 months, this year looks set to be no different.

Whether it s existing drone pilots upgrading their remotely controlled copters, or newbies taking to the skies for the first time, drone makers must be rubbing their hands with glee at the prospect of another lucrative Christmas.

The Federal Aviation Administration FAA , on the other hand, will be hoping common sense prevails as up to a million consumers unwrap their brand new machines before rushing out to give them a go.

All on the same day.

That s why it s just rolled out a new video above offering a few tips on how to operate a drone safely.

The usual notes of caution are there, including never to fly over groups of people in case the machine suddenly comes tumbling out of the sky.

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Robert Tuohy 2016-06-21
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Drone Regulations FAA

Once an activity that only serious hobbyists engaged in, flying drones today has become something of a mainstream activity for the dads and major companies of the world.

One major hurdle for would-be droners, however, was outdated FAA legislation saying that to fly a drone for commercial activity of any sorts, you needed a pilot s license and a metric ton of paperwork.

Earlier today, the FAA introduced new regulations designed to govern the appropriate use of drones that weigh less than 55 pounds.

Additionally, commercial drones will not be allowed to fly over populated areas and must remain within eyesight of the operator.

They also include aiding certain rescue operations, bridge inspections, aerial photography and wildlife nesting area evaluations.

By finding new ways to rent resources, we're saving time and money for what matters most.

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Shane Green 2016-08-29
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While the Federal Aviation Administration s new drone laws put a damper on future pizza deliveries, the guidelines – effective today – could affect established businesses that utilize drone photography and videography.

With drones already involved in a mix of business applications from weddings to real estate shots, how do the new drone laws impact professional photographers?

The laws apply only to commercial use of drones over 55 pounds, so hobbyist photographers are off the hook, for now provided they still avoid some big no-nos like drone flights at airports .

Still, the new laws could have some pretty big implications for professional drone photographers based in the U.S.

First, commercial drones are no longer allowed to fly over people.

While that may be a non-issue for aerial real estate photography, it poses a big challenge for wedding and event photographers using drones.

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James Kiley 2017-08-29
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The Federal Aviation Administration is warning drone operators not to fly their devices over the Houston area as rescue efforts continue in the wake of Hurricane Harvey.

The FAA said Tuesday that unauthorized drone operation over the disaster area could interfere with rescue and recovery efforts currently underway in areas inundated by epic floods brought on by the deadly storm.

The agency warned that flying a drone near a disaster area may violate federal and local laws and may result in stiff penalties.

"You could be subject to significant fines if you interfere with emergency response operations," the agency said in a statement.

"Allow first responders to save lives and property without interference."

Drones have been used to record images of the destruction left behind after the deadly storm made landfall in Texas on Friday.

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Arthur Morgan 2018-05-08
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EcoFlow is back with a new battery solution that gets around pesky FAA limits through its new stackable design.

The solution starts with a 99Wh main module featuring four Quick Charge USB ports (2x USB-A, 2x USB-C) and a 10W Qi surface letting you charge up to five devices at once.

You can then combine with a submodule that adds an additional USB-C port and either a car jump-starter for a total capacity of 145Wh (300 watts of power) or an AC jack for a total of 198Wh (51,200mAh) and 400 watts of output to power things like guitar amps, projectors, and power tools while on the go.

EcoFlow, Anker, and others sell giant, 400+Wh batteries with all these features already, but you can’t take them on planes.

The FAA and EASA restrict carry-on batteries to a maximum rating of 100Wh per battery, without any limit to the quantity so long as they’re for personal use.

They do allow passengers to carry up to two 101–160Wh batteries but only with prior airline approval.

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Keith Hake 2020-12-29
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The Federal Aviation Administration cleared the Boeing 737 Max in November.
Adam Amie 2021-05-04
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The Federal Aviation Administration said it's received around 1,300 reports of disruptive passengers since February.
Adrian Bray 2021-03-04
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Joby is on track to launch passenger flights in the next three years as it nears certification from the Federal Aviation Administration.
Sienna Stewart 2020-12-30
img

The US FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) announced that it will issue a long-awaited rule to allow for small drones to fly over people and at night.

It would bring the technology’s use for widespread commercial deliveries one step closer to becoming a reality.

Moreover, the FAA is also requiring remote identification for most drones in order to address security concerns.

The FAA Administrator Steve Dickson issued a statement and said, “The new rules make way for the further integration of drones into our airspace by addressing safety and security concerns.

They get us closer to the day when we will more routinely see drone operations such as the delivery of packages”.

So, drones will be required to have to flash anti-collision lights that can be seen up to 3 miles away, under the Operations Over People and at Night rule.http://www.shipldl.com/us-federal-aviation-administration-announced-new-rules-for-drones/

James Mckinnis 2021-01-07
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The company was charged with defrauding the Federal Aviation Administration over its evaluation of the 737 Max airplane, leading to two catastrophic crashes.
Bob Sun 2020-12-28
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The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has published its final rule on Remote ID for drones, clarifying the details about the previously announced remote identification plan and providing the details manufacturers will need to ensure their drones meet the requirements. Remote ID aims to provide national security officials and law enforcement with a way to identify drones posing a risk to … Continue reading
Robert Tuohy 2016-06-21
img

Drone Regulations FAA

Once an activity that only serious hobbyists engaged in, flying drones today has become something of a mainstream activity for the dads and major companies of the world.

One major hurdle for would-be droners, however, was outdated FAA legislation saying that to fly a drone for commercial activity of any sorts, you needed a pilot s license and a metric ton of paperwork.

Earlier today, the FAA introduced new regulations designed to govern the appropriate use of drones that weigh less than 55 pounds.

Additionally, commercial drones will not be allowed to fly over populated areas and must remain within eyesight of the operator.

They also include aiding certain rescue operations, bridge inspections, aerial photography and wildlife nesting area evaluations.

By finding new ways to rent resources, we're saving time and money for what matters most.

James Kiley 2017-08-29
img

The Federal Aviation Administration is warning drone operators not to fly their devices over the Houston area as rescue efforts continue in the wake of Hurricane Harvey.

The FAA said Tuesday that unauthorized drone operation over the disaster area could interfere with rescue and recovery efforts currently underway in areas inundated by epic floods brought on by the deadly storm.

The agency warned that flying a drone near a disaster area may violate federal and local laws and may result in stiff penalties.

"You could be subject to significant fines if you interfere with emergency response operations," the agency said in a statement.

"Allow first responders to save lives and property without interference."

Drones have been used to record images of the destruction left behind after the deadly storm made landfall in Texas on Friday.

Eric Vela 2021-02-03
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As SN9 got the green light to fly, the Federal Aviation Administration reveals that its predecessor never did.
Robert Carter 2021-01-29
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SpaceX was unable to launch its newest Starship prototype on Thursday after the Federal Aviation Administration canceled the flight attempt.
Bradley James 2021-01-16
img
The Federal Aviation Administration on Friday finalized a rule allowing commercial drones to fly over people and without an on-site operator.
Jennie Miller 2020-12-30

It would bring the technology’s use for widespread commercial deliveries one step closer to becoming a reality.

The FAA Administrator Steve Dickson issued a statement and said, “The new rules make way for the further integration of drones into our airspace by addressing safety and security concerns.

They get us closer to the day when we will more routinely see drone operations such as the delivery of packages”.

So, drones will be required to have to flash anti-collision lights that can be seen up to 3 miles away, under the Operations Over People and at Night rule.Moreover, the rotating parts of the drone should not be exposed because it could potentially lacerate human skin.

It is noteworthy that the final rule also requires drone operators to carry their remote pilot certificate and identification at all times and to complete special training.

However, the Remote ID rule will require all drones registered with the FAA to broadcast identification, location, and take-off information via radiofrequency.

David Gilmore 2021-07-27
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It’s the latest in a succession of secretive tests Joby's been conducting, all part of its goal to achieve certification with the Federal Aviation Administration and start commercial operations.
Larry Armitage 2016-11-27
img

Quadcopters were one of last holiday season s hot-ticket items, and with even more affordable and feature-rich machines hitting the market over the last 12 months, this year looks set to be no different.

Whether it s existing drone pilots upgrading their remotely controlled copters, or newbies taking to the skies for the first time, drone makers must be rubbing their hands with glee at the prospect of another lucrative Christmas.

The Federal Aviation Administration FAA , on the other hand, will be hoping common sense prevails as up to a million consumers unwrap their brand new machines before rushing out to give them a go.

All on the same day.

That s why it s just rolled out a new video above offering a few tips on how to operate a drone safely.

The usual notes of caution are there, including never to fly over groups of people in case the machine suddenly comes tumbling out of the sky.

Shane Green 2016-08-29
img

While the Federal Aviation Administration s new drone laws put a damper on future pizza deliveries, the guidelines – effective today – could affect established businesses that utilize drone photography and videography.

With drones already involved in a mix of business applications from weddings to real estate shots, how do the new drone laws impact professional photographers?

The laws apply only to commercial use of drones over 55 pounds, so hobbyist photographers are off the hook, for now provided they still avoid some big no-nos like drone flights at airports .

Still, the new laws could have some pretty big implications for professional drone photographers based in the U.S.

First, commercial drones are no longer allowed to fly over people.

While that may be a non-issue for aerial real estate photography, it poses a big challenge for wedding and event photographers using drones.

Arthur Morgan 2018-05-08
img

EcoFlow is back with a new battery solution that gets around pesky FAA limits through its new stackable design.

The solution starts with a 99Wh main module featuring four Quick Charge USB ports (2x USB-A, 2x USB-C) and a 10W Qi surface letting you charge up to five devices at once.

You can then combine with a submodule that adds an additional USB-C port and either a car jump-starter for a total capacity of 145Wh (300 watts of power) or an AC jack for a total of 198Wh (51,200mAh) and 400 watts of output to power things like guitar amps, projectors, and power tools while on the go.

EcoFlow, Anker, and others sell giant, 400+Wh batteries with all these features already, but you can’t take them on planes.

The FAA and EASA restrict carry-on batteries to a maximum rating of 100Wh per battery, without any limit to the quantity so long as they’re for personal use.

They do allow passengers to carry up to two 101–160Wh batteries but only with prior airline approval.