Regulation and law have always featured heavily in our discussions at Commercial UAV Expo Americas and Commercial UAV Expo Europe—it is very difficult to talk about the future of the industry without bringing them up. The commercial drone industry’s relationship with regulation and law has defined, and will continue to define, where and how it moves forward and takes shape.
Because this topic is omnipresent and always changing, we are excited to be welcoming keynote speaker Stephen M. Dickson, FAA Administrator, to our 6th annual Commercial UAV Expo Americas virtual event taking place September 15th to 17th to kick off these important discussions. Until then, Commercial UAV News has been putting together digital content with industry leaders throughout the drone ecosystem to discuss regulations and law from multiple perspectives. In case you want to catch up, here is a sample of our most recent articles:
- The Federal Aviation Administration and the Switzerland Federal Office of Civil Aviation Announce Harmonization of Drone Safety Standards
- What should the FAA’s NPRM for Remote ID mean to the drone industry?
- Answering Your Questions About the Future of Remote ID for Drones
- CompTIA Drone Advisory Council Responds to the NPRM on Remote ID
- AOPA, the Largest General Aviation Advocacy Group, Reacts to Remote ID NPRM
- What Just Happened? Breaking Down the FAA’s Commenting Period on Remote ID for Drones
- Drones in the Sky, Boots on the Ground, and the Legal Gaps in Between
- Innovation Loves a Crisis
- Discussing Regulations and the FAA with Karen DiMeo, Head of Policy and Government Affairs at AiRXOS
- The Art of War: How Concerns About Chinese Drones Could Propel the Commercial Drone Industry to New Heights
- Proposed Foreign Drone Bans—Is There Another Way?
- Introducing the Concept of Private Airspace for Drone Operations
- PA Drone Case Could Be Landmark Testing FAA Control
- PA Court Case Sets Legal Precedent in Drone Governance Shows FAA Drone Regs Enforceable