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What Construction Attys Must Know About Drones

By John Kennedy (February 12, 2019, 5:13 PM EST) -- Because construction companies have been drawn to drones for the cost savings and safety benefits they can provide, they and their attorneys must keep a close eye on regulations that haven't caught up with how the technology can be used and ensure they're not invading neighbors' privacy.

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Electronic Communications Software Artificial Intelligence Autonomous Vehicles Tracking Technologies Building Information Modeling Virtual & Augmented Reality Drones The Federal Aviation Administration's regulations covering drones weighing less than 55 pounds — the size typically used on construction sites —...

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