Federal advisers met Wednesday to try to advance U.S. drone policy, with some offering concrete suggestions for opening the nation's skies and others decrying months of dysfunction and mismanagement they say has tainted the advisory process and some of the materials being presented. The meeting of the Drone Advisory Committee - whose charge is to advise the Federal Aviation Administration on the burgeoning industry - comes two weeks after President Donald Trump signed a memorandum intended to broadly expand how drones are used in the United States, using a new pilot program. [Read More]
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