B.S. or not these issues will have to be addressed to the satisfaction of regulators and this must be done in accordance with established procedures.
I totally understand what a royal pisser this is but do we really want government officials…"
You have some great ideas but the FAA is legally bound by procedures and can not simply order the requirement for such systems out of hand. There is a lengthy and detailed process they must follow which can be as frustrating to some in the…"
"Over developed areas, yes.
What goes up usually comes down and WHERE it comes down could be a serious issue.
I have personally observed birds (Red Tailed Hawks) attack a small UAS, likely out of concern for a nearby nest.
An operator observing this…"
"These systems should be useful for AG work and such but we should keep in mind that over developed areas none of these systems will suffice for sUAS "Sense and Avoid" unless birds can be convinced to wear them too.
"Shortly after the FAA released the 2/13/07 document that brought this issue front and center RCAPA began gathering hundreds of signatures to affix to a letter to the FAA expressing concern and requesting redress.
I believe this meets the definition…"
The UAS community is very diverse in CONOPS, systems and potential markets.
A one size fits all organization is not likely to meet the specific needs of all facets of that community and It is only natural with something as varied as UAS…"