March 3, 2021
Business News

FAA Authorizes First Commercial Smart Drone Flights – Gizmodo

The Federal Aviation Administration greenlit American Robotics this week to become the first company to operate smart drones without needing on-site pilots or spotters, the company announced Friday.
American Robotics, an industrial drone developer based out of Massachusetts, will still need a human pilot overseeing each flights takeoff remotely, so the process isnt technically 100% autonomous, as the Verge notes. Still, the decision brings the U.S. one step closer to seeing fully automated commercial…

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