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Drone Innovation
Folks, as a new technology continues to grow and develop, how can we make sure we strike the right balance between drone innovation and safety? ::)

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Well, here in the United States, it is illegal to launch commercial drone operations without a waiver from the FAA.

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Yes @metalHead. But that will take effect in late August.

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Change is coming. We need to be looking at how we can safely integrate drones into American airspace, both right now and for the future as well.

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Since a lot of laws and regulations regarding the use of drones are being created and developed, the welfare and privacy of humanity is not at risk anymore. However, those who are using drones must be responsible enough and should follow each rule for the benefit of every individual.

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The FAA already released its new drone regulations and its now effective. Here it goes

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