ALPA Remotely Piloted Aircraft

| September 29, 2017

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The history of interest in and use of unmanned aircraft, typically known as remotely piloted aircraft systems (RPAS), unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), or drones, exceeds 50 years. Until relatively recently, these aircraft were either prohibitively expensive, limiting their use to government and research organizations, or of relatively low performance, minimizing both their utility and the likelihood of interaction with other airspace users. In the past decade, technological advances have produced increases in performance and decreases in cost that in turn led to unprecedented interest in and development of UAS/RPAS.

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