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Another Look at the FAA’s Drone Symposium and AAM Summit

This year, the FAA and AUVSI combined their eighth drone symposium with the first AAM (advanced air mobility) Summit. Several themes jumped out from the content—the importance of collaboration, the need for operational data to inform regulations, organizational streamlining and, of course, safety. This article provides another breakdown of the hottest updates, reveals and trends from the conference using the FAA’s crawl-walk-run metaphor to characterize current progress.

Topics: drone law, regulations, drones, AAM, UAM, UTM, Counter-UAS, CUAS, BVLOS, beyond visual line of sight, Part 108

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