Tag Archives: FAA

Is Our Airspace Safe? Why Counter Drone Technology is Necessary

Drone technology is pushing the limits of everything from wildlife photography to home security, giving civilians the ability to explore higher and farther without any license or training. Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) are here to stay, and that means our … Continue reading

Posted in News | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Israeli drone maker gets wide clearance from US regulators

Airobotics, a Petah Tikva-based start-up that manufactures industrial drones, has become the first company to receive a US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) certificate of waiver to initiate Beyond Visual Line of Sight operations. The FAA certificate permits Airobotics to fly … Continue reading

Posted in News | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

FAA expands drone restrictions near Navy, Coast Guard assets in Washington

The Federal Aviation Administration has expanded existing drone flight restrictions to ban the use of the unmanned aerial vehicles in the airspace above Navy installations that support “high-priority maritime operations.” The expansion came at the request of the Department of … Continue reading

Posted in News | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Is That Right? Do you need a license to fly a drone at home?

Drones, the common name for unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV), are increasingly filling our skies. As Washington begins to tighten the rules about operating drones, many people remain confused about the current rules, particularly over the question of when you need … Continue reading

Posted in News | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment