Current Status and Future Perspectives for Unmanned Aircraft System Operations in the US

@article{Dalamagkidis2008CurrentSA,
  title={Current Status and Future Perspectives for Unmanned Aircraft System Operations in the US},
  author={Konstantinos Dalamagkidis and Kimon P. Valavanis and Les A. Piegl},
  journal={Journal of Intelligent and Robotic Systems},
  year={2008},
  volume={52},
  pages={313-329}
}
An aircraft (manned aircraft) may enter safely and legally into the US National Airspace System if and only if it has an airworthiness certificate complying with Federal Aviation Administration requirements. Although corresponding requirements, procedures and regulations for unmanned aircraft are in early development stages, they are expected to be similar to those set for manned aviation. This paper presents a brief overview of current airworthiness certification procedures and requirements… CONTINUE READING
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