Drone entrepreneur Adam Rosman predicts the new rules will enable substantial commercial opportunities marekuliasz
Writing in the first issue of Robotics Law Journal - published today - Peter Lee of Taylor Vinters says: ‘Sweden, Japan, France and the UK are leading the way when it comes to integrating drone technologies into their airspace.’ New Zealand, whose new drone regime starts on 1 August, is also regarded as a leader. Its rules take a rather different approach to those introduced elsewhere, as it makes no distinction between drones used for commercial and non-commercial reasons.
Opportunities across Africa
South Africa introduced its rules on 1 July. An interview with leading drones entrpreneur Adam Rosman, of Johannesburg-based Aerial Monitoring Solutions, in the September issue of the journal includes a discussion of those rules and the prediction that they will enable substantial commercial opportunities across the African continent.
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