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22 07, 2015

Teen Equips Drone as a Lethal Weapon – Our Response

By |July 22nd, 2015|FAA, UAS|Comments Off on Teen Equips Drone as a Lethal Weapon – Our Response

RE: FAA Investigation of Austin Haughwout from Clinton, Connecticut for equipping and shooting a gun from an Unmanned Aircraft System.

The Callahan & Robinson, P.C. law firm is greatly concerned about the recent actions taken by Austin Haughwout (18) of Clinton, Connecticut regarding his equipping and firing a lethal weapon from an Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS). […]

21 07, 2015

SouthGate Films, Inc. Receives FAA Exemption

By |July 21st, 2015|FAA, UAS|Comments Off on SouthGate Films, Inc. Receives FAA Exemption

RE: SouthGate Films, Inc. Receives FAA Exemption to Commercially Operate UAV/Drones in New York City

Brooklyn, NY, April 21, 2015 — The drones are coming. SouthGate Films, Inc. recently received a Section 333 Exemption approval from the FAA for commercial drone filming. Based out of its Greenpoint, Brooklyn aeronautics laboratory, SouthGate Films, Inc. is a pioneer […]

18 02, 2015

The Future of Drones & Amazon

By |February 18th, 2015|UAS|Comments Off on The Future of Drones & Amazon

At the end of 2013, Amazon announced plans to use drones (UAS) to perform delivery functions for their Amazon Prime Service. People were really excited for this potential delivery method and there was only high hopes as the drone landscape had not been defined yet. However, it looks like Amazon will have have pretty much […]

17 02, 2015

The FAA Finally Unveils Its Drone Rules

By |February 17th, 2015|FAA, UAS|Comments Off on The FAA Finally Unveils Its Drone Rules

After what seems like years, the FAA on Sunday finally released its long-awaited proposal for using small commercial drones, setting up a plan for UAS to share the sky with other passenger aircraft.

Under the new UAS rules, the FAA will allow drones weighing less than 55 pounds to fly within sight of their remote pilots […]