Significant upside in unmanned flight
Unmanned aircraft go up, some costs fall; step by step by inch, regulatory hurdles fall as uses for aerial workhorses proliferate
Dr. Catherine F. Cahill, director of the Alaska Center for Unmanned Aircraft Systems Integration at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, has a drone to pick regarding terminology.
“I’m talking about unmanned aircraft you guys,” she said in remarks to the Alaska Oil and Gas Association conference in A....
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Regulatory test of patience
Practical missions underway
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