Autonomous Drones: Rise of the Machines

This weekend I was fortunate enough to attend the New York City Drone Film Festival in Tribeca and appear on a panel with some of my Fox colleagues about legal issues in the drone world.  I also watched the panel on drone technology that was immediately prior to the law panel and was introduced to a truly impressive piece of technology, the Skydio R1 drone.  The R1, unlike other consumer drones on the market, is fully autonomous, meaning it flies itself and can follow you while avoiding obstacles. This had me wondering, is the world ready for this?  More specifically, is the FAA ready under the current state of regulations? For starters, obstacle avoidance at this level is a huge benefit and something the FAA must be watching closely.  After all, if commercial operation is ever truly going to get beyond visual line of sight, it is technology like the R1 that can help make it possible.  However, as impressive as the technology is, the FAA is not going…

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