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Company Ready to Fly

GETTYSBURG — For some people, “drone” has become a dirty word in the American lexicon, but the men behind a local company saw the opportunity to improve worker safety and help consumers by using the small, unmanned aircrafts — and they were willing to jump through all the necessary hoops to make it happen.

From the May 18, 2015 edition of The Daily Advocate

by Rachel Lloyd, Staff Writer

GETTYSBURG — For some people, “drone” has become a dirty word in the American lexicon, but the men behind a local company saw the opportunity to improve worker safety and help consumers by using the small, unmanned aircrafts — and they were willing to jump through all the necessary hoops to make it happen.

U.S. Aerobotix LLC (USA), a small, four-man operation based in Gettysburg, has just been granted an exemption by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) that will allow the company to use small unmanned aerial systems (sUAS) to perform public utility inspections, including power lines, substations and related infrastructure. This is the first and only approval of its kind in the Indiana and Ohio areas.

USA will specialize in performing inspections with Unmanned Aerial Systems. Unlike ground-based inspections or inspections using large, manned aircraft, USA uses all the advantages of small unmanned aerial systems (sUAS) without the undue risk......

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