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Unmanned Aircraft Systems: Measuring Progress and Addressing Potential Privacy Concerns Would Facilitate Integration into the National Airspace System
Gerald L. Dillingham (au)
Unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) do not carry a pilot on board, but instead operate on pre-programmed routes and by following commands from pilot-operated ground stations. UAS can be small, generally 55 pounds or less, or large. Current domestic uses include law enforcement, forest fire monitoring, border security, weather research, and scientific data collection. However, current uses are limited. The Fed. Aviation Admin. (FAA) authorizes UAS operations on a case-by-case basis after conducting a safety review. FAA and the other federal agencies that have a role or interest in UAS are working to provide routine access for UAS into the national airspace system. This report discusses (1) the status of obstacles identified in GAOńˇ╗s 2008 report to integrate UAS into the national airspace system; (2) FAAńˇ╗s progress in meeting its congressional requirements for UAS; and (3) emerging issues. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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