Boeing's Insitu Inc. in deal with FAA to test unmanned aircraft

06/9/2010 | Philadelphia Inquirer, The

Insitu Inc., a subsidiary of Boeing, signed a research deal with the FAA on Tuesday to develop safety standards and procedural rules for flying unmanned ScanEagle aircraft in the U.S. The aircraft will be tested at the New Jersey Air National Guard's Warren Grove Range. Researchers hope the technology could allow companies such as UPS and FedEx to transport commercial cargo across the U.S. on unmanned planes in as little as 20 years.

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