Tag Archives: Drone Operator

Unauthorized drone flights on the rise

As drones become more readily available for the public, concerns are growing over hobby pilots who may not understand airspace regulations, and how law enforcement is supposed to enforce the rules. Increasing recent reports of unauthorized drone flights within Klamath … Continue reading

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Firefighters add drone incursions to threats faced in a wildfire

It used to be that firefighters’ biggest worries in a wildfire might be unpredictable winds, rocky terrain and scorching heat. That was before the advent of affordable, readily available aerial drones. Firefighters battling the Goodwin Fire in central Arizona had … Continue reading

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I Could Kill You With a Consumer Drone

As a former intelligence soldier who now sells drones for a living, I can tell you that this problem is bigger than almost anyone realizes. Right now, I’m holding a drone that can fly thousands of feet in air in … Continue reading

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FAA Builds Industry Rulemaking Committee for Remote UAS Identification

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has created a new aviation rulemaking committee dedicated to helping the agency identify the owners of rogue unmanned aircraft systems (UAS). According to a news update from the FAA, because there are not yet any … Continue reading

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