Drawbacks to Drones Air-space (FAA will regulate in 2015) Accidents Loss of Control Too Much Information Too easy to go to war Due Process Privacy
FAA Test Sites University of Alaska: Intends to develop standards for categories of unmanned aircraft and conduct research on principles of future drone operations. State of Nevada: Plans to focus on certification requirements for remotely controlled aircraft, and how they will fit into the nation's air-traffic-control system. New York's Griffiss International Airport: Will work on sensors to prevent airborne collisions, in addition to research on integrating drones into congested airspace. North Dakota Department of Commerce: Plans to develop highly reliable communications links between ground controllers and drones. Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi: Will concentrate on developing tests to certify airworthiness of future unmanned aerial systems. Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University: With Rutgers University, intends to conduct research on failure modes and technical risks associated with drones.
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