The Drone Code -- Three Laws Of UAS Proposed
The Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International published a set of guidelines on Monday to help ensure that drone aircraft are operated in a "safe, non-intrusive" manner. "By proactively adhering to these guidelines, we want to demonstrate how the rights of individuals and the safety of all users of civil airspace are our top priority, as we work to unlock the incredible potential this technology holds," said Michael Toscano, president of AUVSI. The FAA recently proposed that drones should start to be integrated into the national airspace by 2015, a move that has raised many questions about safety and surveillance. These concerns are addressed by the AUVSI code, which proposes that all UAS operations should promote "safety, professionalism, and respect."
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