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February 2, 2016

FAA Condition and Limitation 26.b Problematic for Licensed UAS Operators

User of UAS aerial images must be open to the idea that an exempted UAS operator might not be able to fly the mission as planned due to the many operational restrictions imposed by the FAA. Be flexible, knowing that operating within regulations is, in the long run, the best approach.

July 14, 2015

Sensing Challenge: Airfield Damage Assessment

Earth Imaging Journal spoke with Lance S. Filler, Airfield Damage Repair Team Lead at the Air Force Civil Engineer Center, and Major Robert Liu, Government Program Lead, U.S. Air Force. They discussed the Rapid Airfield Damage Assessment System (RADAS), an ongoing project to provide Airfield Damage Repair (ADR) to open, expand, maintain and recover airfields after a military attack, as quickly and safely as possible.