8/28/2013

Two commercial unmanned aerial vehicles have received clearance from the Federal Aviation Administration to operate over the Arctic, the first of an expected wave of unmanned aircraft that will track ice, eye migrating whales, aid in oil drilling and assist in rescue missions. The FAA is considering creating special air corridors for commercial, government and scientific UAVs to use in the Arctic.

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