FAA Releases Proposed Rules for Small Drones

March 24, 2015

FAA Releases Proposed Rules for Commercial Use of Small Drones

Lecture by Dr. George M. Moore

The FAA has now released its proposal for rules covering the commercial use of small drones (UAVs). Find out about the proposed regulations, the logic behind the rules, potential changes, the Notice of Proposed Rule making procedures, and the potential privacy issues that may follow.

Dr. George M. Moore

Scientist-in-Residence and Adjunct Professor at the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies. From 2007-2012, Dr. George M. Moore was a Senior Analyst in the Office of Nuclear Security at the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) in Vienna, Austria. At the IAEA, he worked with the Illicit Trafficking Database (ITDB) and served as Scientific Secretary for the Director General’s Advisory Group on Nuclear Security (AdSec). He also served as Scientific Secretary for the development of the Agency’s Fundamentals of Nuclear Security document, the top-level document in the Agency’s Nuclear Security Series that will be published in fall 2012.

He is a former Fulbright Scholar (Netherlands) and a former Atomic Energy Commission (AEC) Special Fellow. He is a licensed Professional Engineer (Nuclear) in California and was formerly an AEC-licensed research reactor operator. He is admitted to practice before the U.S. Supreme Court and in a number of Federal Circuit and District Courts across the United States.

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