The Trump administration’s UAS Integration Pilot Program just keeps growing. According to a press release from Workhorse Group, the drone tech company has begun aerially delivering packages to citizens of Loveland, Ohio, abiding by rules outlined by the city government and Federal Aviation Administration.
The nascent UAS pilot program, of course, was recently expanded to 10 additional companies and territories across the U.S. In general, the purpose of this legislative endeavor is to gather as much data as possible concerning unmanned traffic scenarios and use cases that range from package delivery to insect monitoring. The idea is to learn how to implement UAVs nationwide first, before actually instating the laws and restrictions needed for increased drone traffic nationwide.
What that means for residents of Loveland who opted into Workhorse’s test program is the ability to use