Super Bowl Stories February 8

Florida’s Hillsborough County sheriff has shared a strong warning to drone pilots wanting to get a view of the Super Bowl in Tampa to keep their drones at home. The message comes after the law enforcement agency has already recorded more than 70 drone intrusions so far.

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Super Bowl Stories February 6

FBI Tampa has shared online that an Orlando man has been charged for allegedly flying his drone in restricted airspace set up for Super Bowl LV, according to a newly filed criminal complaint. If convicted, Henry Alejandro Jimenez could face up to one year in federal prison.

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Super Bowl Stories January 25

Super Bowl LV is coming. But the FAA wants you to leave your drone at home – and it’s providing plenty of notice.

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Super Bowl Stories February 4, 2020

A pilot faces a year in federal prison for flying a drone during Super Bowl week. One year in prison for flying a drone in a Temporary Flight Restriction (TFR) or No Drone Zone? It is becoming clear that the FBI and the FAA are done issuing warnings and are starting to show their teeth, as they said they would about a week ago.

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Super Bowl Stories January 31, 2020

Ahead of Super Bowl LIV, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is done warning and confiscates drones from operators who violate the temporary flight restrictions (TFR) around the Super Bowl venues in Miami.

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Super Bowl Stories January 29, 2019

After the drone incidents at Gatwick, Heathrow, and Newark, all eyes are now on the Super Bowl game between the Los Angeles Rams and the New England Patriots in Atlanta, Georgia this upcoming weekend. To prevent a possible Super Bowl drone drama, a new experimental 3D radar system is planned to be tested. The 3D radar system, better known as a compact solid-state beam-steering MESA radar, is from a start-up, funded by Bill Gates, that goes by the name Echodyne.

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