For years, American businesses have been clamoring for the government to roll out a set of regulations for drone technology so that the companies can legally start using them for everything from agriculture to filmmaking to delivering packages.
Well, a few things. Most important are the big limitations. These rules cover commercial-purpose drones that weigh up to 55 pounds (that's inclusive of any payload they may be carrying, such as cameras or packages). The drones can be flown only during the day and can't be flown over people who aren'...
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