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Suggested Citation:"7 References." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2019. Airports and Unmanned Aircraft Systems, Volume 3: Potential Use of UAS by Airport Operators. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/25607.
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Suggested Citation:"7 References." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2019. Airports and Unmanned Aircraft Systems, Volume 3: Potential Use of UAS by Airport Operators. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/25607.
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Potential Use of UAS by Airport Operators   45 7 References Air Safety Institute. (2017, June). Safety Advisor: Operations & Proficiency No.3. Retrieved from FAA, US Department of Transportation: https://www.faasafety.gov/files/notices/2017/Jun/Non- Tower_Airport_Comms.pdf Barr, L., Newman, R., Ancel, E., Belcastro, C., Foster, J., J.K., E., & Klyde, D. (2017). Preliminary Risk Assessment for Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems. Denver: AIAA Aviation Forum. County of Ventura. (2019). Drone User Information. Retrieved from https://www.ventura.org/drone-user- information/ Federal Aviation Administation. (2018). Federal Aviation Administration. Retrieved from UAS Data Exchange (LAANC): https://www.faa.gov/uas/programs_partnerships/data_exchange/ Federal Aviation Administration. (2014, October 10). Retrieved from Federal Aviation Administration: https://www.faa.gov/documentLibrary/media/Advisory_Circular/150-5380-6C.pdf Federal Aviation Administration. (2017, February 8). Retrieved from Federal Aviation Administration: https://www.faa.gov/uas/request_waiver/media/request_to_operate_in_controlled_airspace_instru ctions.pdf Federal Aviation Administration. (2017, October 12). Retrieved from Federal Aviation Administration: https://www.faa.gov/air_traffic/publications/media/aim.pdf Federal Aviation Administration. (2018). Part 107 Operational Waiver Application Instructions. Washington DC. Federal Aviation Administration. (2018, November). Request a Part 107 Waiver or Operation in Controlled Airpoace. Retrieved from Federal Aviation Administration: https://www.faa.gov/uas/request_waiver/ Federal Aviation Administration. (2018, November 20). Request a Part 107 Waiver or Operation in Controlled Airspace. Retrieved from Federal Aviation Admonistration: https://www.faa.gov/uas/request_waiver/ FLIR Systems AB. (2011). FLIR. Retrieved from FLIrMedia: https://www.flirmedia.com/MMC/THG/Brochures/T820264/T820264_EN.pdf Golden Triangle Regional Airport. (2019, January 15). Retrieved from Drone Seminar: https://www.gtra.com/uas-documents/ Matthews, S., Frisbie, F., & Cistone, J. (2017). Opportunities and Challenges for Use of UAS at Airports. Washington Progress Group LLC, ATCA. National Academies of Sciences, E. a. (2018). Assessing the Risks of Integrating Unmanned Aircraft Systems. Washington, DC: The National Academy Press. North Carolina Airports. (2018, July 1). Retrieved from North Carolina Department of Transportation: https://www.ncdot.gov/divisions/aviation/Pages/nc-airports.aspx PrecisionHawk. (n.d.). Retrieved from PrecisionHawk: https://www.precisionhawk.com/sensors/advanced- sensors-and-data-collection/

Potential Use of UAS by Airport Operators   46 PrecisionHawk. (n.d.). Retrieved from PrecisionHawk: https://www.precisionhawk.com/sensors/advanced- sensors-and-data-collection/ Price, J., & Forrest, J. (2016). Practical Airport Operations, Safety, and Emergency Management. Boston: Elsevier. Robertson, S. (2018, March 19). WFAA8. Retrieved from https://www.wfaa.com/article/news/local/first- in-the-nation-drones-to-take-flight-at-dfw-airport/287-529986450 US Federal Aviation Administration. (2016). Report to Congress National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems (NPIAS). Washington, DC: US Department of Transportation. US Federal Aviation Administration. (2017, 4 27). UAS Facility Maps. Retrieved from Federal Aviation Administration Unmanned Aircraft Systems: https://www.faa.gov/uas/request_waiver/uas_facility_maps/

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Introduction of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) will pose safety, economic, operational, regulatory, community, environmental, and infrastructure challenges to airports. These risks are further complicated by the dynamic nature of UAS technological development. Experiences and lessons learned from recent major aviation system changes demonstrate the critical importance of ensuring that airports have the resources needed to avoid adverse impacts and maximize benefits as early as possible.

This pre-publication draft of ACRP (Airport Cooperative Research Program) Research Report 212: Airports and Unmanned Aircraft Systems, Volume 3: Potential Use of UAS by Airport Operators provides airports with resources to appropriately integrate UAS missions as part of their standard operations. The use of UAS by airports can result in efficiency gains if implemented effectively. However, improper implementation will cause safety risks and damage effective airport operations.

Other Resources:

Volume 1: Managing and Engaging Stakeholders on UAS in the Vicinity of Airports provides guidance for airport operators and managers to interact with UAS operations in the vicinity of airports.

Volume 2: Incorporating UAS into Airport Infrastructure—Planning Guidebook provides planning, operational, and infrastructure guidance to safely integrate existing and anticipated UAS operations into an airport environment.

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