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FCW : May 15, 2014
Sources: FAA, Electronic Frontier Foundation, Pew Research Center GLOBAL HAWK Used by: NASA Used for: Tracking hurricanes and studying signs of climate change. A menagerie of UAVs As drones go domestic, both the models and the missions are multiplying. 34 May 15, 2014 FCW.COM PREDATOR Used by: DHS, NASA Used for: Border patrol and wildfire mapping. DRAGON EYE Used by: NASA Used for: Aerial mapping and in situ gas sampling. BAT Used by: USDA Used for: Digital imagery to monitor rangeland vegetation. RAVEN Used by: DOE, USGS, NASA Used for: Monitoring land change, wildfire mapping and general research. T-HAWK Used by: USGS Used for: Monitoring Fukushima radiation emissions and environmental mapping. BUT THE PUBLIC IS STILL SPLIT: If personal and commercial drones are given permission to fly through most U.S. airspace, it would be: A change for the better: 22% A change for the worse: 63% Both good and bad: 7% Don’t know: 7% Refused to answer: 1% BackStory As of April 8, there were 613 active certificates of authorization from the Federal Aviation Administration for use of unmanned aircraft systems in the United States. AND IT’S NOT JUST GOVERNMENT:
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