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Intel Brings Its 100 Dancing Drones to Palm Springs, California

Intel Brings Its 100 Dancing Drones to Palm Springs, California
Back in January, Intel set up a very cool nighttime drone program that had the flying machines festooned with colored lights and flying in unison. There were 100 drones in that show and they flew┬áin…

FAA Drone Registry Opens for All Drones over 0.55lb

FAA Drone Registry Opens for All Drones over 0.55lb
With Christmas on Friday, you can bet that lots of folks around the US will be getting a shiny new drone under the Christmas Tree. Consider this a PSA that could prevent you from being fined…
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The FCC Wants Drone Operators to Have Conventional Pilot’s Licenses

The FCC Wants Drone Operators to Have Conventional Pilot’s Licenses
To become a licensed pilot, one needs a recent clean bill of health from an FAA-certified Airman Medical Examiner, to spend about $5,000 on pilot’s education, pass a test on the legalities and physics of airplane…

FAA Forms Study Group to Examine Expanded Use of Gadgets on Aircraft

FAA Forms Study Group to Examine Expanded Use of Gadgets on Aircraft
Back in March of this year, we mentioned that the FAA had agreed to re-examining restrictions on gadgets during commercial aircraft flights. The FAA announced this week that it has formed a government-industry group to study…

FAA Promises a “Fresh Look” at Gadget Use on Flights

FAA Promises a “Fresh Look” at Gadget Use on Flights
The FAA cleared the iPad and other devices for use in cockpits of commercial aircraft by pilots late last year. The approval was made to reduce the load on pilot by allowing them to have digital…

FAA Clears iPad for Use in Flight by Pilots

FAA Clears iPad for Use in Flight by Pilots
The FAA has announced that it has cleared the Apple iPad for use in commercial flights in all stages of the flight by pilots. American Airlines has conducted tests of both iPad and iPad 2 for…
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