Civil UAV Regulations Worldwide

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Posted: 08/08/2016

The civilian use of UAVs presents homeland security, critical national infrastructure and commercial industries with a myriad of safety and privacy challenges. However, while 2016 represents a landmark year for the introduction of many new regulatory frameworks across many countries, a huge number remain unclear or untested.

Ahead of the first ever Countering Drones conference, we invite our readers to view this interactive map for the latest legal information from some of the world's key regions, as well as information on some of the latest drone incidents taking place in the civilian space. Industry experts at the conference will represent a truly international selection, with senior representatives from Canada, USA, UK, Hungary, Switzerland and Latvia, to name a few.

[Disclaimer: This information is provided for guidance and comparison only. Information is subject to change. Defence IQ accepts no responsibility for the use of this information.]

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Countering Drones 2016

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