White Paper: Dysfunction in UAS Regulatory Safety Decision Making – Analysis and a New Paradigm


In this paper by Suzette Matthews, Esq. and Frank L. Frisbie, P.E., the authors postulate that the absence of an articulated paradigm and decisional standards for determining whether a particular UAS operation will be “reasonably safe” for performance over the non-consenting public is the most significant barrier to certification/operating approval for commercial UAS.  The authors […]

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