All tagged UAS Symposium

Getting Down to Business: FAA UAS Symposium Promotes Existing Regulatory Frameworks and DAC Meeting Focuses on Remote ID, Counter-UAS

Last week, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI) held the fourth annual UAS Symposium in Baltimore.  Following that three-day conference, on Thursday the Drone Advisory Committee (DAC)—the federal advisory committee that advises the FAA on UAS regulatory and policy issues—held its first meeting following the appointment of 12 new members last month. 

Sara and Josh Talk About Drone Chutes

In this episode of Sara and Josh Talk about Drones, Wiley attorneys Sara Baxenberg and Josh Turner sit down with Avi Lozowick, Vice President of Policy & Strategy at ParaZero, to discuss the concept of drone parachutes as a safety mitigation that is shaping the future of expanded operations.  Sara, Josh, and Avi discuss Parazero’s latest waiver success, its participation in the IPP, and a number of UAS policy issues, including the FAA’s flights over people Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM). 

“Open for Business” – FAA Encourages Industry-Driven Innovation in Lieu of Rulemakings at Annual UAS Symposium

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) held its third annual UAS Symposium last week in Baltimore, Maryland, in conjunction with the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI).  As in past years, the Symposium brought together stakeholders from across the unmanned aircraft system (UAS) community to collaborate on how to move unmanned operations forward.