Fortune discusses the Federal Aviation Administration's new rules on small unmanned aircraft systems with Marc Scribner.
Not everyone is pleased with the new ruling, however.
The Competitive Enterprise Institute, a business advocacy group, criticized the FAA rules, and its transportation policy expert Marc Scribner said in a statement, “The FAA ignored calls for less onerous regulations, dismissing arguments that advances in technology would mitigate many of the agency’s stated concerns.”
“Restrictions on beyond-visual-line-of-sight, nighttime, and other crucial operations for emerging business models can only be waived on a rigid case-by-case basis,” said Scribner.
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