The broadening scope for operation of drones: from search and rescue operations after natural disasters to the monitoring and repair of machinery and buildings, to use in agriculture, art and media has forced the EU to advance the regulation of the flourishing industry.
In its Prototype Regulation issued last month, the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) foresees significant growth of the drone sector in the next years. By 2020, quadcopters and fixed wing drones’ compound annual growth rate...

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