DroneUp makes move to expand booming US activity to Europe
Drone delivery and services provider DroneUp is moving to use the momentum of its swiftly growing US operations to expand to Europe, where it will develop new business across the continent from a base in Poland.
Leading DroneUp’s new push in Europe is Sebastian Babiarz, a 20-year veteran of drone and telecoms activity. He will oversee the company’s technology, regulation, safety, and new business development in a zone that has thus far approached UAV services in a different manner than the US has. The latter has been driven by aerial service providers prioritizing rapid scaling of operations – especially in the delivery sub-sector. The former, by contrast, has progressed more gradually as regulators define EU-wide rules and support the creation of uncrewed traffic management (UTM) systems.
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DroneUp believes Europe is now close to undertaking more pronounced scaling…