Legislation


Drone Technology To Prevent Irresponsible Use? Legislation

Stories about drones getting dangerously close to aircrafts or routinely violating no-fly zones is something that has been reported here on this site. Though we certainly promote a less regulated environment where drone technology and drone use can thrive, we also want to make the practice as safe as possible. As such, the intention of Sen. Charles Schumer to propose an amendment to legislation that...

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Drone Racing About To Come True? Legislation / News

When it comes to drone use, you are only limited by your imagination. The potential applications for the technology is endless after all, from warfare to humanitarian goals. In between those however, are the hobbies that pop up using drones with drone racing being one of the more interesting aspects. After all, who doesn’t want to race with drones? Well, that will apparently be closer...

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Drone Business And FAA Restrictions Buying a Drone / Legislation / News

When it comes to business and drones, there are a lot of things that you could do for one or the other. Tom Simmons is someone who realized this and is now doing well with his drone business after realizing that he couldn’t use it for taking real estate pictures. “I said, ‘OK, we’re going to go out and take some pictures of our real...

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NASA And Space Drones? Legislation / News

When it comes to the concept of flying drones in space, we really can’t be all that surprised anymore, can we? We’ve seen it in movies and TV too many times to count and it’s made excited every time. Now though, it seems that NASA is actually thinking of doing this by having drones become space prospectors. The Swamp Works lab at the Kennedy Space...

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Reward Offered For Irresponsible Drone Owners Legislation / News

In this site, we often talk about how the government tends to overregulate the use of drones, which prevents many advancements from taking place. However, we have also stated numerous times how big of a responsibility it is to own and fly a drone. One case that seems to indicate that people have a long way to go before truly becoming responsible drone owners is...

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UAV-Only Airspace Proposed By Amazon Legislation / News

There have been many developments in the drone scene over the last few years and now Amazon is proposing something that will revolutionize drone use once again. They are basically proposing that a certain segment of the skies will be dedicated purely for use of drones that will be delivering packages so that they pose no threat to privacy, security and safety. The proposal involves...

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First Successful US Delivery Via Drone Legislation / News

The first successful US delivery has finally occurred. This is a huge leap forward for making the delivery of goods, parcels and mail using drones a reality in the country where it is still not technically allowed by law at this point. That may change soon though as a Federal Aviation Authority approved drone was just used to deliver medical supplies to a health clinic...

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Drones Banned In India Legislation / News

This is a piece that doubles as an informative sharing of news and as a warning against those who might think of flying drones in other countries. As it turns out, Drones are banned in India and the same goes for many other countries. One example of how rigorously this banning is imposed is the case of the recent arrest of two real estate employees...

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Mexico Set To Be Drone Capital Of Latin America? Legislation / News

While many other countries are regulating the heck out of drone use, Mexico is one nation that seems to be going crazy on drones. This is most likely due to the fact that regulation of their aerospace and manufacturing are not that strict. There’s also the drone pilot academy which is the start of their attempt to be a global name in the industry. “We...

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Drone And Farming For The Future Legislation / News

Farmer Mike Geske has a vision for the future in farming. A future that involves the use of drones. After watching a flying demonstration on Maryland’s Eastern Shore, he sees the use of unmanned aerial vehicles on his Missouri farm to help him with a number of things. One of these is the monitoring of his irrigation pipes which he is currently paying three men...

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