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Drones could do more to help farmers, with help from Congress and the FAA

Being a farmer has never been easy, but in recent years the challenges have been increasing. Between droughts, trade tensions, and economic pressures, the agriculture industry needs a way of adapting to a changing landscape. The solution could come from … Continue reading

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FAA falling behind EASA on UAV integration, expert warns

Numerous delays in the rollout of FAA’s remote identification rulemaking for unmanned aerial vehicles have caused the agency to fall behind EASA in efforts to implement a comprehensive UAV traffic management (UTM) system, an industry expert said. “Many of those … Continue reading

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UPS, CVS Team Up to Deliver Prescriptions Via Drone

UPS and CVS inked a deal to bring drone deliveries to customers’ homes. The partnership, which covers other unmanned aerial vehicle use cases, includes dropping prescriptions at the doors of CVS Pharmacy customers. UPS in September received government approval to … Continue reading

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Why The Skies Aren’t Filled With Delivery Drones … Yet

The drone delivery industry took a step forward at the beginning of October, but it remains several steps away from becoming a commercial-scale enterprise. While the Federal Aviation Administration granted UPS air carrier certification with fewer restrictions than it granted … Continue reading

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