Attorney says FAA UAS law enforcement guidelines off target

The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration's guidelines for law enforcement to assist in identifying those flying unmanned aerial systems (UAS) in an unsafe manner or in violation of its regulations might create more issues.
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UAS Startup Images Crops

David Dvorak and his team are simplifying the world of precision agriculture by providing data-capturing payload systems to farmers, agronomists, and plantation managers.
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Sensing the UAS Future

Gryphon Sensors has found a way to leverage its military roots into commercial markets. The team is currently working to integrate its radar knowledge into commercial applications.
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UAV Tradition Builders

At Sinclair Community College, the UAS industry has become the priority to keep its long-history in the aerospace industry alive and well. To do that, the school has formed several unique business partnerships that benefit all parties involved.
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The Birthplace of Precision-Ag UAVs

AgEagle has put a small Kansas town on the map by providing the business model for linking UAVs with precision agriculture. The company offers the entire UAS industry a prime business case model on how to profit during times of limbo.
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Florida looks to UAVs for mosquito control

Small, unmanned aircraft systems may soon be used to aid in Florida bug-battling efforts. The Florida Keys Mosquito Control District has received preliminary U.S. Federal Aviation Administration approval to test out the new technology.
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