Preventing Traffic Jams in the Sky

From the sidewalks... to traffic jams in the sky.

The United States Department of Transportation wants to try and better regulate drones. That’s because more and more we see drones flying into restricted areas. They’ve gotten close to commercial airline flights, crashed on sports events, and even disturbed aerial tankers which were busy fighting wildfires.

Now, the federal government is establishing new ground rules for people who fly remote-controlled drones, requiring all drones to be registered with the Federal Aviation Agency. The FAA said its developing technology that can identify drone operators and force them to land. The idea behind it is that drone operators will be more responsible if they know they can be caught

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