Since 2016, the FAA has allowed the public to fly small UAS (sUAS) in the National Air Space without a lengthy Certificate of Authorization process. Currently, sUAS can be flown for research and development or recreational purposes, with virtually no pilot testing. However, accidents do happen. Therefore, flight standards need to be set.
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