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NAR joins rulemaking committee on drone technology

The group will help develop a framework for the use of small, unmanned aircraft systems in commercial settings
Published on Mar 2, 2016
  • The National Association of Realtors will help develop a regulatory framework for the use of drones as part of a Federal Aviation Administration rulemaking committee.
  • The goal is to gather recommendations and create separate regulation for small unmanned aircraft systems so they can be safely flown over people.
  • In a statement on NAR’s participation on the FAA committee, current NAR President Tom Salomone reaffirmed the association’s consensus that drone technology "offers a tremendous opportunity for the business of real estate."

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The National Association of Realtors is among more than two dozen industry organizations invited to join a Federal Aviation Administration committee that will help develop a regulatory framework for the use of drones ...

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