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3 Takeaways From Trump’s Drone Testing Directive

Law360, New York (October 26, 2017, 9:03 PM EDT) -- The White House’s new drone testing directive will rally state, local and tribal governments to oversee sites that will serve as incubators for getting commercial unmanned aircraft systems, or drones, ready for takeoff in the U.S., with the goal of clearing up the existing regulatory framework and gathering input from a variety of stakeholders.

The mission of the directive issued Wednesday is to more thoroughly vet the public safety and security risks tied to the use of drones, readjust federal rules for operating drones based on the new information, and ultimately get more commercial drones ready to take to U.S. skies, according to...

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