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‘No drone zone’: Signs, safety campaign launched ahead of draft legislation

The federal government is getting tough on drones operating near airports and aircraft. Canada has had drone regulations in place since 1996, but given their growing threat to aviation safety, the unmanned aircraft are now the focus of a new … Continue reading

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World’s First Passenger Drone Is Coming To America

We are inching ever closer to our inevitable all-drone future: the world’s first passenger drone has been cleared for testing in Nevada, where autonomous vehicles roam wild and free. The EHang 184, which was introduced to America last January at … Continue reading

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Heathrow plane strike ‘not a drone incident’

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NASA IS MAKING A DRONE-TRAFFIC CONTROL SYSTEM

“We have no flight-tracking system for the lower sky. There are rules and charts for keeping track of larger aircraft that carry human passengers and are piloted by humans onboard, but drones are small and fly low, which means we … Continue reading

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