Drones are a disruptive technology that accelerate new approaches and opportunities in a variety of industries. Great strides have been made toward regulating autonomous and beyond the visual line of sight operations of drones. This new frontier of disruptive technology has generated many ingenious new solutions to old problems and promises more for those willing to embrace the technology.
Now expanded to include 17 different regions, this second edition of Dentons’ Drone laws around the world: a comparative global guide to drone regulatory laws provides detailed accounts and analysis of regulations that impact operations around the globe. This second edition of the Guide includes analysis and comparison of the regulations, sanctions and liability, privacy and future regulatory and innovative developments for the following regions:
- EU Member states:
- New Zealand
- United Kingdom
- United States of America
The increasingly complex regulatory environment for drones makes for more difficult compliance obligations but also expands the opportunities for companies operating in this space. This second edition of the Guide focuses on practical applications and considerations in real estate, oil and gas, and in the counter-drone/security industries.