NINE MORE COMPANIES JOIN FAA AUTOMATED DRONE CONTROL SYSTEM

THE USA’s Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has announced nine new partners involved in developing its innovative drone control system, the Low Altitude Authorization and Notification Capability (LAANC) initiative. The system provides near real-time processing of airspace authorisations for drone operators flying in controlled American airspace. Having been successfully prototyped, a five-month roll out beginning in April has led to nine new partners joining the project: Aeronyde, Airbus, AiRXOS, Altitude Angel, Converge, DJI, KittyHawk, UASidekick and ...


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