WhiteFox releases white paper to show path to integrate UAS into national airspace

In response to events both domestic and abroad, WhiteFox has developed and released a new white paper entitled ‘Enabling the Good While Preventing the Bad: How Security Enables the Drone Industry.’

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SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif., - In response to events both domestic and abroad, WhiteFox has developed and released a new white paper entitled ‘Enabling the Good While Preventing the Bad: How Security Enables the Drone Industry.’ In the white paper, which highlights “the need to protect against potential public safety and homeland security threats posed by UAS,” WhiteFox outlines what it calls “critical recommendations for a comprehensive counter-UAS legislative framework,” reports AUVSI.org. Continue reading original article

The Intelligent Aerospace take:

June 5, 2019-The whitepaper released by WhiteFox Defense Technologies lays out the company's case for the importance of commercial UAS operations coupled with security concerns at restricted sites, such as airports, sporting events, or other places with large gatherings, or sensitive security concerns. Presents its path forward for industry and regulators to work hand-in-glove to help the booming commercial UAS system grow for suppliers, manufacturers, business owners, and pilots while ensuring safety on the ground and in the skies. The whitepaper is available to read here.

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