With new backing from Microsoft Ventures, AirMap seeks to provide air traffic control for drones.
Microsoft jumps in to help separate drones from each other.
By Rob Mark
Anyone who offers up hard numbers for the drone population in the United States is merely guessing, especially since the FAA’s new Part 107 rule took effect last year. While the precise number isn’t really known, the trend is certainly clear: there will be more and more drones from now on. What worries people who operate airplanes, helicopters and other drones is how do we keep them from running into each other?