Drones, or Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS), are providing innovative opportunities on and off the farm. Drone technology helps farmers pinpoint disease or insect pressure, identify key issues and create an action plan, or even spot apply crop protection products.
As this technology evolves, new applications are discovered. Accordingly, rules and regulations have to be implemented to protect the technology, individual users, and entities. With that understanding, it’s crucial that users understand the boundaries within which they must operate.
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The Federal Aviation Administration is the largest transportation agency of the U.S. government and regulates all aspects of civil aviation in the country as well as over surrounding international waters.
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