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Part 107 Takes Flight: The Takeaway

08 September 2016

ADG Alert

Until last week, companies looking to fly unmanned aircraft systems (UAS or drones) for commercial purposes to enhance their business operations in the United States – whether for inspections, security, or aerial photography, among other purposes – had to apply for a special license from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). That "Section 333" approval process was burdensome and costly, and constrained true expansion within the UAS industry.

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