FAA on Monday announced the six US states where it will test the use of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) in commercial airspace. The sites were selected from 25 proposals from 24 states. FAA said it considered geography, climate, location of ground infrastructure, research needs, airspace use, safety, aviation experience and risk. The states and specific test sites will be: University of Alaska.  The University of Alaska proposal contained a diverse set of test site range locations ...

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