FAA will report to US Congress this year on technologies that could spot and identify drones near airports. The agency is working with Virginia-based IT company CACI on the problem, but will consider other technologies as well, Chris Swidler, manager of R&D at FAA’s UAS Integration Office, told attendees at an unmanned aerial vehicle seminar organized by the Japan International Transport Institute (JITI) in Washington DC March 3. There are increasing moves to keep small UAVs out ...

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