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Federal Aviation Administration
FAA to require online drone registration starting Dec. 21
Following the advice of recently disclosed findings by an agency task force, the Federal Aviation Administration has announced the official drone registration ...
FAA’s coming drone registration will likely be very easy
The task force formed by the Federal Aviation Administration to figure out how to register U.S. drone purchases in order ...
Pleased with initial drone bridge inspections, Minnesota DOT plans to push aircraft’s capabilities further
Drones could become the primary method for bridge inspections for the Minnesota Department of Transportation. The department has been impressed by ...
FAA testing smartphone app that shows drone operators where they can and can’t fly
Last month the Federal Aviation Administration issued a warning to drone operators: for crying out loud, stop flying so close ...
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FAA issues warning as number of drones getting too close to aircraft increases dramatically
Though drones hold a ton of potential for the advancement of the construction industry and $100 billion worth of growth ...
How Rogers-O’Brien Construction deployed a drone fleet throughout its workflow (PHOTOS, VIDEO)
How many drones does it take to fix a leak? As Blake Potts tells it, just one. During a recent presentation ...
How to operate a drone for construction and not get sued
There is no longer a question as to whether or not drones will impact the future of the construction industry. ...
Drones, on-demand: DroneBase pilot rentals let construction firms reap benefits of aerial imaging without risk
If the momentum of unmanned aircraft and the subsequent uptick of interest in the technology seen from the construction industry ...
Ohio’s Danis Building the second construction firm granted drone exemption by FAA
A large Ohio construction firm will soon begin to fly drones regularly over its jobsites with the good graces of ...
FAA gives Chicago contractor, Ohio design firm and Trimble permission to fly drones
Though the Federal Aviation Administration has largely dropped the ball with regard to establishing regulations for commercial drone flights, the agency ...
FAA won’t issue commercial drone regulations until 2017 or later
The Federal Aviation Administration is so far behind in creating regulations for commercial drone and unmanned aerial vehicle use that ...
FAA expected to limit commercial drone operation to licensed pilots in daylight hours within sight of the aircraft
Construction companies that hope to one day use drones and Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) for surveying or to gather data ...
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Atlas Copco plans to sell Dynapac road equipment division
ASV intros RT-120 Forestry CTL calling it "largest, most powerful in the industry"
Chevy unveils Carhartt Silverado 2500HD, a sharp work truck literally covered in duck brown fabric
VIDEO: Excavator operator realizes error, grasps for shore, sinks boat anyway
Fayat to buy Atlas Copco road construction equipment division Dynapac
Dangerous chaos after a trench collapse
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Ford unveils redesigned 2018 F-150 with first-ever diesel option (VIDEO)
by Jason Cannon
John Deere intros 844K-III and Aggregate Handler config with improved hydraulics, ...
by Wayne Grayson
Ford to build a hybrid F-150 with integrated generator for jobsites ...
by Wayne Grayson
The Top 10 Construction Equipment Videos of 2016
by Equipment World Staff
Tier 4 regs driving contractors to buy lower-tiered used equipment
by Tom Jackson
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