Aviation Law News European Drone Law
Airbus, Bird & Bird, Monard Law, LS Lexjus Sinacta, DLA Piper
Recent months have seen the European Parliament back EU-wide safety regulations and registries for drones, which could mean large fines for manufacturers and operators, as well as recommendations by the European Aviation Safety Agency for new rules on the use of electronic identification systems and geo-awareness technology in drones.
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Against this backdrop, our panel will provide detailed insight on the current legislative state of play, taking in such topics as the transition from national to EU-wide drone laws; the timeline and implementation of the new regulations; practical challenges for regulators; and the categorisation and certification requirements for drones.
Panellists will also examine related issues for drone users and regulators – including insurance, liability and privacy – as well as looking to what developments we can expect in the future.