NATO is calling for proper provision for military requirements in the creation of so-called U-space – airspace populated with unmanned aerial vehicles.  NATO Defence Investment division director of armament and aerospace capabilities Giorgio Cioni told the World Air Traffic Management Congress in Madrid March 6-8 that he heard “a lot of discussion about the safety of operations in U-space, but not much about security.  We need to ensure we are able to counter any ...

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