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FAA’s Michael Huerta Unveils New Drone Advisory Committee, Schools’ Exemption on UAS Flights

The Federal Aviation Administration will form a broad-based drone advisory committee to provide insights on unmanned aircraft system integration challenges. The FAA said Wednesday that the committee will act as a long-term spinoff of the stakeholder-based and temporary UAS registration task force and micro-UAS aviation rulemaking committee. “Input from stakeholders is critical to our ability to achieve …

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NIST, Partners Kick Off Global City Teams Challenge; Chris Greer Comments

The National Institute of Standards and Technology has commenced a challenge for communities worldwide to collaborate to address issues such as air quality, traffic management and emergency services. Participants in the Global City Teams Challenge, set to begin on Sep. 29 through 30, will work to form teams to develop technologies for managing resources, the NIST …

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Lawrence Livermore Nat’l Lab Opens ‘Catalyst’ Supercomputer to Industry Partners

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory has opened its new supercomputer to industry partners for testing on big data systems. The National Nuclear Security Administration uses Catalyst for its Advanced Simulation and Computing program and the technology features the NNSA’s Tri-lab open source software for common user platform, LLNL said May 6. Cray and Intel collaborated with the laboratory …

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