FAA launches evaluation of drone detection

The United States Federal Aviation Administration is stepping up efforts to detect drones that fly too close airports – regarded as one of the biggest challenges in safely integrating unmanned aircraft systems into the nation’s airspace, reports The Hill.

The FAA signed three Cooperative Research and Development Agreements this week in order to evaluate procedures and technologies that can identify unauthorised drone operations in and around airports.


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