Small Businesses Can Start Using Drones According to FAA
New federal regulations take effect that will allow commercial uses of drones in the United States.
The rules created by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) cover unmanned aircraft weighing less than 55 pounds flown for “routine non-hobbyist use.” The rules govern simple uses of drones for tasks like surveying property, real estate site inspections, and photography. The rules do not (yet) allow the use of drones for deliveries and shipping, which require autonomous technology.
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