The British government has launched a consultation concerning the safety and privacy of unmanned aerial systems as it looks to widen their use in society. It is attempting to create a regulatory environment that allows the use of remotely piloted air systems to thrive in the private and public sectors. The long-awaited consultation, published by the UK Department of Transport on Dec. 21, includes several considerations: The mandatory registration of new unmanned air systems, tougher ...

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