14 May 2015

Thrust:

Who Owns Your Airspace?

17 states have passed laws to restrict use of craft, but where does private property begin?

Parrot’s Drone Revenues Were Up 356% Year-Over-Year

Parrot saw a big bump in drone sales between its first quarter for 2015, and the same period last year – there was a 356 percent increase in revenue derived from the category between those two measurement spans, with consumer drones leading the big increase with 483 percent revenue growth. Pro drones, like Parrot’s eBee Ag agricultural model, also saw revenues rise 164 percent overall.

PropWash:

FAA Launches National Capital Region No Drone Zone Campaign

Report: State, Local Officials Take Action to Control Low-Altitude Drone Flights

FAA Announces Key UAS Jobs

Drone-Filled Skies Are Safer Than Car-Filled Streets

Drones of the future unveiled

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