12 May 2015


Senators To Unveil Temporary Drone Laws That May Bode Well For Amazon And Google

On Tuesday afternoon, Cory Booker, a Democrat from New Jersey, and John Hoeven, a Republican from North Dakota, will introduce the Commercial UAS Modernization Act, a bill that will set guidelines for unmanned aircraft systems (UAS or UAVs), whose widespread commercial use is currently banned by the Federal Aviation Administration. The FAA currently allows for businesses to apply for an exemption to operate drones on a case-by-base basis, though it could take several years for the governing body to establish permanent rules.

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