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FAA to allow small drones to fly at night, on people heading towards wider distributions

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is set to release new guidelines that allow drone operators to fly them at night, and the Department said Monday on humans who do not operate them.

The new rules, which will take effect 60 days after being written to the Federal Register in January, will raise security concerns about remotely identifying flying systems, Reuters Announced, This move is an important step towards expanding business distributions.

“The new rules will lead to further integration of drones into our airspace by addressing security and safety concerns,” said FAA Administrator Steve Dixon. Packages. “

Reuters reports that the manufacturers of the drones will have 18 months to manufacture the drones with remote ID systems and an extra year for operators to buy them.

Drone operators are currently seeking a discount on individuals who wish to fly either at night or who are not involved in the operation of the drone.

There are Currently rated 1.7 million drones are registered with the federal government.

Many large companies such as Amazon have already tested the delivery service using unmanned aerial vehicles.

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