Adobe Stock/naypong The U.S. DOT and Federal Aviation Administration received almost 150 applications for a program where state and local governments partner with the private sector to test drones for all kinds of uses.

U.S. DOT Announces First 10 Drone-Test Participants

It pays to plan: Three transportation departments are among the first participants in a federal technology-integration program. By Stephanie Johnston This story was first published in Public Works. The Kansas DOT wants to see if a drone can find a stranded motorist. North...
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Drones for Architects: New Capabilities for the Construction Sector, How to Get Started and How to Navigate the Law

By Hannah Wood According to a 2016 Goldman Sachs report, the largest commercial buyer of Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS’s, more commonly known as drones) in the next five years will be the construction sector, valued at $11.2bn worldwide. What new roles will drones adopt both in...
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