Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems: a comparative guide of the drone regulatory laws around the world, 2021

Remotely piloted aircraft systems (more commonly known as “drones”) is a burgeoning sector that stands to significantly transform many industries, including: telecommunications, agriculture, logistics, data privacy and security, manufacturing, construction and mining.

RPAs have been flying for decades. The transition from mainly military use has changed more than just the nomenclature away from “drones” to RPAs. Military uses for RPAs have paved the way for many more civilian and commercial applications that are limited only by the creativity and imagination of their designers – and by the applicable regulations.

This global comparative guide examines and compares the laws and regulations, sanctions and liability, privacy and future prospects for regulatory and innovative developments for RPAs from 6 countries...

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