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Faa’s Remote Id For Drones Delayed By Six Months Until March 16, 2024 - Federal Aviation Administration: Ensuring Safe Skies - Public Input Sought For Bvlos Drone Operations - The Federal Aviation Administration (Faa) Regulation That Would Designate Some Sensitive Locations As &Quot;No Drone Zones,&Quot; Which Is Known As &Quot;Section 2209,&Quot; Of The Faa Extension, Safety, And Security Act Of 2016 (Fessa), Has Been Postponed Again, And Its Implementation Is Now Scheduled To Take Place In February 2024 At The Earliest.

Public Input Sought for BVLOS Drone Operations

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is calling for public opinion on applications by four companies that aim to operate drones beyond the usual visual field of the pilot. Phoenix Air Unmanned, a company specializing in aerial data collection, along with…

Matternet Is Preparing Its Cargo Drones For Faa Tests

Matternet is preparing its cargo drones for FAA tests

Mountain View, California-based Matternet, the drone company you know from its partnership with UPS, is preparing its M2 cargo drones for Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) durability and reliability tests this year. The testing will bring the company closer to receiving…