The FAA previously allowed drone owners to place the device’s registration number inside the craft’s battery compartment. Read more…More about Mashable Video, Law Enforcement, Drone Development, Federal Aviation Administration, and Drone Laws View original article at Mashable

Registered drone owners will need to put their machine’s ID number on the outside of the aircraft from February 23 in accordance with a new FAA rule. It means the ID can no longer be placed inside the drone’s battery compartment. The post Own a drone? New rule means you have to change the way its ID is displayed appeared first on Digital Trends. View original article at Digital Trends

Enlarge / A drone is flown during a property inspection following Hurricane Harvey in Houston in 2017. (credit: Luke Sharrett/Bloomberg via Getty Images) The Federal Aviation Administration proposed Monday to relax rules governing commercial drone operations. Since 2016, the FAA has allowed the commercial operation of unmanned aerial vehicles weighing less than 55 pounds under certain limited circumstances. New rules proposed this week would relax two of the restrictions in the 2016 rules: drones will now be allowed to operate at night, and they’ll be able to operate…

The U.S. Department of Transportation on Monday announced new rules that would allow drones to fly over crowds of people and at night without waivers. Current Federal Aviation Administration regulations do not permit […] The post You May Soon Be Able to Fly Drones Over a Crowd, At Night appeared first on Geek.com View original article at Geek

The U.S. government will soon have the authority to shoot down private drones considered a threat. Following a House vote in April, the Senate this week passed the FAA Reauthorization Act, which renews […] The post Controversial Bill Allowing Authorities to Shoot Down Private Drones Heads to President’s Desk appeared first on Geek.com View original article at Geek