The school had been seeking drone permission since June, initially interested in using the aircraft for photography and videography, but the school will now leverage the exemption through credit and non-credit coursework.
Spurred by numerous reports of drones flying near jets and airports, the federal government has decided to require that the aircraft be registered in order to make it easier to identify their owners and educate amateur aviators.
An aviation industry task force is recommending that operators be required to register drones weighing as little as a half a pound, a threshold that could include some remote-controlled toys, industry officials said.
Are you afraid of drones? Many Garden State residents admit they get nervous when they see one of the unmanned flying machines nearby, because they tend to be unpredictable and they have been known to crash.
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