Drone Flights Over People - The FAA is too Resrictive

| May 20, 2019

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In general, the commercial drone industry agrees on several points: The proposed rules for flights over people is too conservative. The FAA is using a risk profile that doesn’t accurately reflect the risks posed by drones. The FAA should provide clarity and adopt a new framework as soon as possible.

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Starrett

The L.S. Starrett Company was founded 1880 in Athol, MA, which is still the Company’s World Headquarters. Starrett has a history and reputation so rich and solid that the words “quality” and “Starrett” are virtually synonymous. The company employs about 2,000 people worldwide. Most precision tools continue to be manufactured in the Athol plant, where it is not uncommon to see devoted generations of toolmakers with 30 or more years of experience.

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Starrett

The L.S. Starrett Company was founded 1880 in Athol, MA, which is still the Company’s World Headquarters. Starrett has a history and reputation so rich and solid that the words “quality” and “Starrett” are virtually synonymous. The company employs about 2,000 people worldwide. Most precision tools continue to be manufactured in the Athol plant, where it is not uncommon to see devoted generations of toolmakers with 30 or more years of experience.

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