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Daily Dashboard | Report: FAA isn't using data collected on drone integration Related reading: Singapore's PDPC publishes feedback on data portability, innovation provisions

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A report by the U.S. Government Accountability Office said the Federal Aviation Administration has five years of data on the use of drones that is not being shared with stakeholders or properly used by the agency, which has yet to develop a plan on how to use the data, Nextgov reports. The FAA collected data on 15,000 test flights at seven designated test sites from 2015 to 2018. The GAO said the data, focused on research areas like avoiding in-air collisions and safety requirements, is “sufficiently reliable,” but to date, “the FAA has only used data from test sites in a few cases to directly inform the agency’s (unmanned aircraft systems) integration efforts."
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