Featured posts
Friday, October 30, 2015



The group faces a Nov. 20 deadline and is accepting public comments — Google, Amazon and Wal-Mart have joined the government's task force charged with figuring out a registration and identification system for drones.

Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Administrator Michael Huerta announced the membership of the Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Registration Task Force. Earl Lawrence, Director of the FAA’s UAS Integration Office, and Dave Vos of Google X will co-chair the group.
Department of Transportation (DOT) Secretary Anthony Foxx and Administrator Huerta announced the formation of the Task Force last week. The Task Force membership represents a range of stakeholder viewpoints, interests and knowledge of the objectives and scope. Task Force membership was by invitation only and participation is voluntary.
Interested parties who are not members of the Task Force may submit comments to the public docket. The Federal Register notice is available for viewing here.
Sec. Foxx set a deadline of Nov. 20 for the Task Force to complete its recommendations and work is already underway. The group will meet formally from Nov. 3-5 before developing recommendations on a streamlined registration process and minimum requirements on which unmanned aircraft should be registered. Given the urgency of this issue, the DOT and FAA will move expeditiously to consider the Task Force's recommendations.
Source FAA 


comments powered by Disqus

/.









Latest News

Apple News

Android News

Powered by Blogger.

Copyright © Tech News 24h - Designed by Johanes Djogan