Drone Regulations Ahead: NASA and UK Developing ‘Traffic System’

Leo Ashcraft

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  1. Jack says:

    The regulations are starting to get a little crazy imo. Wonder if all the drones that are found at http://www.bestquadcopterreviews.org/ are going to have to abide by these regulations.

  1. September 9, 2015

    […] DJI’s “Phantom 2 Vision+” Quadcopter (CNET) Drone Regulations Ahead: NASA and UK Developing UAV ‘Traffic System’ Soon, hobby and commercial drone operators may face new ruleshttp://DarkThirtyNews.com/drone-regulations-ahead-nasa-and-uk-developing-traffic-system/ […]

  2. September 9, 2015

    […] Dark Matter News Soon, all drone operators may face new rules and hardware requirements. NASA, in cooperation with the British government are working together to develop a traffic system for all low-flying drones below an altitude of 500 feet. The system will also offer a database for commercial drone pilots (like the future Amazon delivery system) to register their drones and track them for forthcoming flight regulations. The post Drone Regulations Ahead: NASA and UK Developing Traffic System appeared first on Dark Matter News.http://DarkThirtyNews.com/drone-regulations-ahead-nasa-and-uk-developing-traffic-system/ […]

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