At the New Hampshire Department of Transportation, aviation planner Rita Castonguay Hunt says she fields many calls about drones. “I’d say about one-third of what I do now involves UAS (unmanned aerial systems),” said Hunt, who also teaches UAV management courses for the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
That’s a nice detail from this Conway Daily Sun story looking at drones in the Washington Valley, which also describes the process to get a commercial drone license.
This is where a P.G. Wodehouse fan like me has to make some sort of Drones Club joke. When I think of one, I’ll let you know.