THOSE who fly drones for fun may soon have to register their machines: A new task force has been charged with recommending a registration process for unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) used for recreational purposes, according to an Oct. 19 announcement.
However, farmers who want to use drones on their operations for activities like crop scouting and checking on livestock will still have to wait until the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) issues i
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