Commercial UAS: Most Still Barred from U.S. Air Space
For more than a decade the world has become well acquainted with the capabilities unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) provide in warfare, from "eyes in the sky" reconnaissance to delivery platforms for Hellfire missile strikes.
But the pent up demand for commercial unmanned aircraft in the United States is still waiting for federal regulators to ease rules banning most UAS from operating in the national airspace. Until they do, a predicted flood of new employment and business opportunities for U...
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