BloomBerg — NASA and Amazon.com Inc. are tapping experts in France to figure out how to coordinate drone traffic,
bolstering the country’s role as a hub for evolving
regulation of unmanned aircraft.
While Amazon hired a team in a Paris suburb, NASA
headed closer to plane-maker Airbus SE’s home in Toulouse, calling on drone designer Delair-Tech to test prototypes for air traffic management software.
a key part of convincing regulators unmanned
vehicles are safe to fly higher and further out of sight from their operators, such as while delivering goods... → Full Article