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The American Security Drone Act: The Sequel

Updated: Apr 27, 2023

The original American Security Drone Act (ADSA) proposal has had a significant impact on the drone industry, even though it was not passed. The ADSA has now been reintroduced, however – with some changes. Guest Contributor Dawn Zoldi, drone law expert and CEO of P3 Tech Consulting, gives us the deep dive into this version, outlining what’s new, what remains the same, and why it’s important for the drone industry to watch.

Topics: American Security Drone Act, ADSA, Senate Bill 2502, federal drone bans, drones, Office of Management and Budget processes, covered entities

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