The FAA has begun working toward the development of a system called Remote Identification, designed to track aircraft and operators for flights that go beyond the bounds of those which are explicitly allowed by Part 107. The FAA also announced a new UAS Gateway, which will automate the airspace authorization process.
Competition is the engine of innovation. Today, competitive pressure is pushing enterprises towards powerful drone-enabled innovation. A holistic strategy for adoption can enable exponential growth.
Drone technology has become pervasive on work sites around the world. But every quarry, mine, construction site, and landfill operates at a different pace. We hear from companies all over the world in these industries that are in the midst of exploring drone technology, and some are moving much faster than others. We’ve learned that companies exploring drone technology in the heavy industries typically fall into four categories.