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I am not going to answer macabre questions like that, but the danger drones cause to legitimate civil aviation traffic is real.There are people who ask this question out of curiosity, and there are those who are tasked with protecting air traffic.The latter are a very worried lot right now.The Drone industry has really taken off. Permits have been granted in all 50 states. California has the most at 360, Florida 328 and Texas 268, according to the study by the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International.And rotor-copters are six times more popular than fixed-wing aircraft.The most popular commercial uses for drones involve photography, real estate and inspections, according to an industry review released Wednesday, April 13, 2016, of more than 3,000 permits granted by the Federal Aviation Administration.“The (drone) industry is poised to be one of the fastest-growing sectors in the U.S. and these numbers demonstrate that a wide variety of industries are eager to take advantage of this technology,” said Brian Wynne, the industry group’s CEO.The FAA granted 4,680 commercial permits through Monday. The industry group analyzed the first 3,136 exemptions and posted the information on an interactive website a company could use drones for several purposes, the most popular were 2,557 for photography, 1,969 for real estate and 1,671 for inspections.In a report issued by the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI), the organization said that the construction and infrastructure industries are two of the biggest users of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), or drones.Businesses can apply for UAS exemptions as a way to get around the airworthiness requirements for manned aircraft until the FAA introduces rules this year specifically for drones.The Federal Aviation Administration has given construction and infrastructure businesses 1,800 exemptions, almost 60% of all industry requests for exemptions —which is also almost 40% of the total 4,600 exemptions the FAA has approved.Until the FAA introduces its UAS rules, the AUVSI said exemptions are the easiest way for businesses "to save time, money and lives" using drones. In fact, the organization said exemptions for construction and infrastructure have spiked since March 2015, hitting a high in October 2015 with 263 approved exemptions. In January of this year, the FAA approved 216 industry exemptions.Construction software giant Autodesk has also climbed on board with drone technology in two separate partnerships. The first was a collaboration with drone startup Skycatch. Drones will collect data and then feed that information to Autodesk’s ReCap software for processing. And in its most recent deal, 3D Robotics announced a partnership with both Autodesk and Sony to collect job site information with the 3DR Solo Smart drone and then process it on a single platform.Commercial drones can now fly up to 400 feet, joining hobby flyersThe FAA announced Apr 01, 2016 commercial drones can now fly as high as 400 feet, double the previous restriction. Research done around the country, including at Virginia Tech, has led the Federal Aviation Administration to loosening restrictions on drone flying heights.Research done around the country, including at Virginia Tech, has led the Federal Aviation Administration to loosening restrictions on drone flying heights.Commercial drones needed this new research to prove they would be safe. The regulation applies to commercial and governmental unmanned aircraft system (UAS) operators with a Section 333 exemption and an aircraft that weighs less than 55 pounds.The FAA estimates that the move could reduce the workload for the Certificate of Waiver or Authorization (COA) applications and even reduce the need for individual COAs by about 30 to 40 percent.The final rule for commercial UAS that weigh less than 55 pounds is expected to be finalized this spring. The public comment period closed on April 24, 2015.Groups supporting the use of unmanned aircrafts applauded FAA for raising the altitude limits for small commercial drones but said they wanted quicker action from the agency on future regulation.“The FAA’s decision … provides greater flexibility to those receiving FAA exemptions and makes it easier for more commercial UAS operators to access the skies,” said Brian Wynne, president and chief executive officer of the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International. “However, the FAA still needs to finalize its small UAS rule as quickly as possible to allow anyone who follows the rule to fly. The new blanket COA altitude remains lower than the operating ceiling of 500 feet proposed in the small UAS rule.”Drones Are Still Flying Dangerously Close to Airplanes and AirportsMore drones are soaring in the skies than ever before, but that doesn’t mean that people are flying them safely.From Aug. 22, 2015 through Jan. 31, 2016, nearly 600 drones flew too close for comfort to airports and airplanes, according to a report from the Federal Aviation Administration released last Friday.This is the second detailed FAA report on drone incidents and sightings the agency has released. An earlier report revealed that 764 similar drone incidents occurred between Nov. 13, 2014 and Aug. 20, 2015.Under current rules, hobbyists can face civil penalties for flying their drones recklessly. Some examples include flying a drone too close to an airport or stadium or higher than 400 feet.The big takeaway from the new drone data is that 2015 saw many more flying robots fly in restricted areas than in 2014. Before it started releasing detailed drone incident data, the FAA has previously said that there were 238 drone sightings in all of 2014.One incident described in the FAA’s latest report includes a Texas airplane pilot spotting a “big black drone” to the left of his plane at 3,500 feet. The pilot didn’t take any evasive action to move away from the unmanned aerial vehicle, but he notified the FBI, the report said.But some aircraft have been knocked off course by drones. Last December, a report by a Bard College research group on drone incidents said that from December 2013 through September 2015, there were 28 incidents involving airplane pilots taking evasive action to avoid a drone while flying.Another incident described in the FAA’s accounts involved an airplane pilot in North Carolina who noticed a drone was flying roughly 1,000 feet below his aircraft, which was 7,000 feet in the air. The drone was also flying within two miles of an airport.The increase in drone incidents makes sense given the increasing popularity of the unmanned aerial vehicles. Last week, the FAA also released a report that said drone sales are expected to reach 7 million in 2020, which is more than double the 2.5 million the agency anticipates this year.Current FAA safety guidelines for drones recommend consumers not fly drones within five miles of an airport or intentionally “fly over unprotected persons or moving vehicles,” according to the FAA. Flying drones under the influence of drugs and alcohol is also out of the question.Reports of unmanned aircraft have increased dramatically since 2014. Safely integrating unmanned aircraft into the national airspace system is one of the FAA's top priorities, and the agency wants to send a clear message that operating drones around airplanes and helicopters is dangerous and illegal."We have a number of educational initiatives with our government and industry partners to teach drone operators how to fly safely, including the drone registry we launched last December," said FAA Administrator Michael Huerta. “But enforcement goes hand-in-hand with education, and we will take action against anyone who operates irresponsibly to the full extent of the law.”The FAA wants operators to know where it's legal to fly their drone. More than 406,000 people have registered since the registry went live in late December.For current information on where unmanned aircraft can be flown safely, the FAA offers the B4UFLY app that is available for iOS and Android smartphones. The app is free and can be downloaded from iTunes and Google Play. Unauthorized operators may be subject to stiff fines and criminal charges, including possible jail time.The other issue bothering the FAA is the danger to people on the ground from low-flying drones.FAA Gains Traction in Developing Rules Governing Drones in Flight Over PeopleOn April 6, a committee convened by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) released its recommendations for permissible flights of Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) over people. The FAA’s Micro UAS Aviation Rulemaking Committee, consisting of advocacy groups and companies in the UAS industry, presented the FAA with “recommendations for a performance-based standard that would allow small UAS (under 55 pounds) to be operated over people who are not directly participating in the operation of the UAS or under a covered structure.” The committee said the risk posed by certain UAS flying over people is “injury or death to persons on the ground.”The recommendations include the creation of four categories to assess and limit risks to persons on the ground. The following are the four categories recommended by the committee:Category 1: For a small UAS that weighs less than 0.55 pounds (250 grams), operations over people would be permitted under very limited restrictions. Category one is designed for a toy UAS or a small UAS approximately the size of a smartphone that poses a low risk when flown over people.Category 2: For a small UAS weighing between four and five pounds that creates a low risk of serious injury based on its energy profile, operations over people would be permitted as long the operator maintains a minimum distance of 20 feet above people’s heads or 10 feet laterally away from people on the ground. There are a number of small UAS currently on the market that are expected to fit within this category.Category 3: For a small UAS weighing between six and eight pounds that creates a moderate risk of serious injury based on their energy profile and meets certain manufacturer certification requirements, operations would be permitted over some people if they are incidental to the operation. In this category, operators would not be permitted to fly over crowds of people, but could fly over a closed or restricted access worksite or over transient or incidental pedestrians so long as the overhead flight was not sustained.Category 4: For a small UAS weighing between six and eight pounds that creates a moderate risk of serious injury based on their energy profile and meets certain manufacturer certification requirements, operations over people would be permitted in accordance with a required documented risk mitigation plan. In this category, operations over crowds would be permitted. The documented risk mitigation plan would have to meet voluntary consensus standards to be established later.

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