Regulators are clearing the sky for drones to … fill the sky
Jan 10, 2019

Regulators are clearing the sky for drones to … fill the sky

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Drones hold a lot of promise beyond delivering Amazon packages. They are already used to survey damage from hurricanes, and just this week, regulators granted a waiver to a major insurance company for “beyond visual line of sight” usage of drones to allow for more flights. What could relaxing regulations mean for businesses that want to use drones? Jed Kim talked with Miriam McNabb, editor-in-chief of DroneLife.com. He asked first about drones being deployed by businesses. (1/10/2019)

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Regulators are clearing the sky for drones to ... fill the sky

Jan 10, 2019
What could relaxing regulations mean for businesses?
A drone flies above Old Bethpage, New York.
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Drones hold a lot of promise beyond delivering Amazon packages. They are already used to survey damage from hurricanes, and just this week, regulators granted a waiver to a major insurance company for “beyond visual line of sight” usage of drones to allow for more flights. What could relaxing regulations mean for businesses that want to use drones? Jed Kim talked with Miriam McNabb, editor-in-chief of DroneLife.com. He asked first about drones being deployed by businesses. (1/10/2019)

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