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AUVSI 2019: Common frustrations loom large over sector

2nd May 2019 - 19:50 GMT | by Tim Martin in Chicago


The development of the commercial unmanned market is being held back by a series of common challenges that continue to baffle decision-makers.

Among concerns shared by panel delegates at AUVSI Xponential were defining responses to future drone incursion incidents and how to manage their consequences, including the shutdown of airports.

That entire scenario requires authorities to effectively manage the rebooking of passengers, luggage recovery and business disruption – something that has yet to be practically and legislatively agreed upon by aviation agencies.

‘These are the things that we need to be thinking about as we start developing scenarios, specific

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Tim Martin


Tim Martin

Tim Martin is Air Editor for Shephard Media, based in Belfast. 

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