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    • UAV in the United States

      The US Federal Aviation Administration has adopted the name unmanned aircraft (UA) to describe aircraft systems without a flight crew on board.More common names include UAV, drone, remotely piloted vehicle (RPV),remotely piloted aircraft (RPA), and remotely operated aircraft (ROA). These "limited-size" (as defined by theFédération Aéronautique Internationale) unmanned aircraft flown in the USA's National Airspace System, flown solely for recreation and sport purposes, such as models, are generally[citation needed] flown under the voluntary safety standards of the Academy of Model Aeronautics,the United States' national aeromodeling organization. To operate a UA for non-recreational purposes in the United States, according to the FAA users must obtain aCertificate of Authorization (COA) to operate in national airspace.At the moment, COAs require a public entity as a sponsor. For example, when BP needed to observe oil spills, they operated the Aeryon Scout UAVs under a COA granted to the University of Alaska Fairbanks. COAs have been granted for both land and shipborne operations.
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    • Two types under Circular 328 AN/190
      Two types under Circular 328 AN/190. Autonomous aircraft Autonomous aircraft are considered to be not suitable for regulation due to legal and liability issues Remotely piloted aircraft Remotely piloted aircraft are subject to civil regulation under ICAO and under the relevant National aviation authority
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