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Singapore Airshow 2018: Region moves on civil UAS regulation

7th February 2018 - 02:00 GMT | by Richard Thomas in Singapore

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Countries in the Asia-Pacific region are moving ahead with alternations and additions to existing regulatory practices governing the civil and commercial use of unmanned systems, mirroring and in some cases improving on similar efforts in Europe and the US.

Most recently, an announcement at the Singapore Airshow revealed that the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) and ST Aerospace signed an MoU to facilitate the development of BVLOS UAS operations in the country’s dense urban environment.

According to an official release, the MoU will see the two parties collaborate on the study and development of ‘new concepts, procedures and

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