FAA Rules Would Open the Sky to Ag Drones

Scott Swier
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Posted on Feb 16, 2015

The FAA released proposed rules on February 15, 2015, that would, if implemented, finally open the door for the use of small unmanned aircraift systems (UAS) in agriculture and other industries. Although the rule is not in its final form and does not authorize the immediate use of UAS, it is the first regulatory step toward acceptance and integration of the technology that has outpaced its necessary regulatory framework.

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