A while back I posited that considering some of the efforts to take class I UAVs out of the FAA equation might be the new frontier and I saw this article this AM: FAA to Consider Allowing Small Drones to Fly Over People This also coincides with the big announcement on March 1st for DJI. They have been one of the parties involved in discussions with the FAA and I now wonder if they saw the writing on the wall a while back and decided that the biggest opportunity is in the class I UAV (<4.4lbs or 2 kg) group. If this goes through, those operating class I UAVs could operate commercially without FAA authorization and with a fair amount of freedom. I wonder if this means that the real expansion future for UAV makers is to keep below that 2kg threshold? What will this do to the future of Inspire class and bigger UAVs? What do you think?