A task force was created to regulate drones, and their proposal is simple: they must be registered with the U.S. government. Do you think it's gone too far? Follow The American Genius on Facebook for exclusive & breaking business stories Get more Business News at The American Genius
We take a close look at the FAA Task Force recommendations for mandatory drone registration
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A task force assigned by the Federal Aviation Administration said that nearly all recreational drones should be registered with the federal government.
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ID number per person, tiny gadgets exempted, personal info optional, etc A task force assembled by the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has revealed its suggestions for personal drone registration in the US.…
A report submitted to the FAA by a special task force is recommending the administration force drone owners to register their aircraft. In the report, which the FAA commissioned from a task force of special interest groups and largeShow More Summary
A Federal Aviation Administration task force made up of companies like Amazon, Google and Walmart has proposed that personal information of drone owners be exempt from Freedom of Information Act requests.
Wild West days may soon be over for drone hobbyists. A federal task force called for registration for any aircraft weighing little more than a half-pound. The post Even Super-Small Drones Would Have to Register Under Federal Proposal appeared first on WIRED.
If bigwigs like Google and Amazon have their way, most drone operators will have to register with the FAA. The FAA's task force on commercial drone aircraft—which includes representatives from Google, Amazon, and Walmart—has just issued its recommendations for how to operate unmanned aircraft. Show More Summary
Onerous requirements could limit adoption of unmanned aircraft.
A U.S. Federal Aviation Administration task force has issued a set of recommendations for registering unmanned drones, looking to manage the increasingly popular technology.
Earlier this month, the FAA convened a task force to work out a proposal for drone registrations. As expected, the task force published its report today and it looks like you will indeed soon have to register your drone before you’re allowed to fly it. Read More
The United States Federal Aviation Administration has received recommendations from a task force investigating small unmanned aerial vehicles. As expected, it’s been put forth that drones weighing more than 9 ounces (approximately 250 grams) will need to be registered with the government. Show More Summary
If the FAA accepts the task force recommendations, registration will be mandatory prior to the operation of any UAS weighing more than half a pound.
After a remarkably speedy bureaucratic process, a government task force finally released the details of new rules on hobby drones. The 14-page document confirms earlier reports that pretty much all drones will need to be registered. It also includes a mysterious FOIA exemption. Read more...
A task force to recommend rules for registering drones officially shares its findings.
The drone task force recommended that drone operators be required to register with the FAA.
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