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Council Requires Verizon to Get Certification from DoD and FAA that 5G Won’t Interfere with Avionics Equipment

By B.N. Frank American 5G opposition continues to increase because of concerns about property value, health and environmental risks (see 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8), and numerous safety threats (see 1, 2, 3).  It’s even been the topic of several Dilbert cartoons. Now one New Jersey borough is requiring certain conditions before…

In Historic First, FAA Approves Fully Automated Commercial Drones In US Skies

By Tyler Durden In nothing less than a revolutionary step for aviation and which will forever alter the skies over America, on Thursday the Federal Aviation Administration for the first time issued approval for the first fully automated commercial drone flights. It’s been revealed Friday that the FAA granted a small Massachusetts-based company called American Robotics Inc….

In Historic First, FAA Approves Fully Automated Commercial Drones In US Skies

In nothing less than a revolutionary step for aviation and which will forever alter the skies over America, on Thursday the Federal Aviation Administration for the first time issued approval for the first fully automated commercial drone flights. It’s been revealed Friday that the FAA granted a small Massachusetts-based company called American Robotics Inc. the authorization to…