New Zealand’s air traffic control organization is launching trials that could lead to the nationwide deployment of systems to address the growing problem of drones endangering piloted aircraft. A rapid rise in the use of unmanned air vehicles (UAVs) in New Zealand has resulted in near collisions with commercial aircraft, and temporary closures of airports due to unauthorized drone flights. Concerns about these incidents have spurred air navigation service provider Airways New Zealand ...

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