FAA’s LAANC Program Cuts Commercial Drone Flight Permit Process From Months to Seconds

The Federal Aviation Administration has projected the commercial drone industry to grow fourfold by 2022, with the most recent development of facilitating commercial drone flight authorizations supporting that estimate. According to Fast Company, the FAA is releasing a cloud-based service Thursday which will allow apps like Kittyhawk to forego the often month-long process of getting a commercial drone flight authorized, and will reduce it to a matter of mere seconds …


The Drive | June 20, 2018

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