Pillsbury - Unmanned Aircraft Systems

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ARC Dispute May Mean Further Delay in Needed Drone Regulation

The Unmanned Aircraft Systems Identification and Tracking Aviation Rulemaking Committee (ARC), chartered earlier this year, was unable to reach a consensus on key issues. Given that Michael Huerta, Administrator of the Federal…more
 /  Science, Computers, & Technology, Transportation

Singer v. Newton: Making Sense of Federal Preemption and Drone Regulation

Last week US District Judge William G. Young ruled in favor of Dr. Singer in Singer’s lawsuit against the city of Newton, MA (Newton) challenging portions of the city’s local unmanned aircraft systems (UAS or drone) ordinance…more
 /  Conflict of Laws, Transportation

What an FAA Extension Could Mean for the Drone Industry

In late June, both chambers of Congress introduced their own versions of a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Reauthorization bill. With Congress in recess for the remainder of August and the current FAA extension expiring at…more
 /  Transportation

ATC Privatization: What’s Drones Got to Do With It?

The Trump Administration has proposed that Air Traffic Control (“ATC”) functions be shifted away from the FAA to a nonprofit, nongovernmental organization, arguing that the move would allow for increased efficiency particularly…more
 /  Transportation

“Statutory Interpretation Does Not Get Much Simpler”–the FAA’s Registration Rule Gets its Wings Clipped

On May 19, 2017, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit issued its opinion in John Taylor v. Michael Huerta striking down the Federal Aviation Administration’s Registration Rule, which required the owners of small…more
 /  Transportation

The Week in UAS News – Amazon Patents, Fire Fighting and Nighttime Waivers

This week’s news includes drones fighting fires and illegal dumping; new fines for drone usage; new patents by Amazon; and other recent developments in UAV regulations and usage around the globe. - Drone pilots acknowledge…more
 /  Transportation

The Week in UAS News – Invisible Fences, Executive Orders and Drone Destruction

This week’s UAS news includes a DAC meeting, drones getting into trouble, more ways that drones are impacting existing industries, and other recent developments in UAV regulations and usage. - Accidentally knocking someone…more
 /  Transportation

Return of the DAC — Drone Advisory Committee Holds Second Meeting

Last month marked the second meeting of the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) Drone Advisory Committee (DAC). The meeting was held in Reno, Nevada and offered DAC members their first substantive opportunity to address a…more
 /  Transportation

Dubai Airport’s New Guardian: a Drone-Hunting Drone

Airports around the globe are considering new methods to respond to the proliferation of unmanned aircraft systems (also known as “UAS” or “drones”) and the increased number of near-misses between drones and airplanes. In…more
 /  International Law & Trade, Transportation

European Union Moving Forward with Drone Rules

The European Union (EU) is on the verge of revising its regulations for unmanned aircraft systems (UAS or “drones”) operations in Europe. The revisions will shift the regulation of UAS away from EU Member States to the European…more
 /  International Law & Trade, Transportation

‘Tis the Season…For the FAA to Focus on Recreational Drones

In the world of unmanned aircraft systems (also known as “UAS” or “drones”), 2016 will be best remembered for the FAA’s release of its final Part 107 regulations for commercial small UAS operations. However, the beginning of…more
 /  Transportation

Coming Soon! Drones Overhead

Last week, the FAA sent a new proposed rule for operations of sUAS (aka “drones”) over people to the White House Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs (“OIRA”). Currently, Part 107 for the commercial operation of…more
 /  Transportation

FAA Wants Details of Operations in Applications for Waivers and ATC Authorizations

Think your application for a Part 107 waiver is going to fly through the FAA like a drone? Think again. The FAA is throwing some cold water on these expectations. Earlier this week, the agency issued a Part 107 notice to…more
 /  Transportation

Amazon and Google Push for Drone Delivery Services to Take Flight

In light of the FAA’s new rule (or Part 107) for small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (sUAS), the Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) industry has eagerly pushed the U.S. government to initiate testing of drone delivery systems. Although…more
 /  Transportation

New FAA Statutes and Rules for Commercial Drone Operations Will Benefit Utilities

The new Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) rules (or Part 107) governing the commercial use of small unmanned aircraft systems (also known as drones or sUAS) took effect on August 29, 2016. The utility and energy…more
 /  Energy & Utilities, Transportation
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