European Union adopts Drone Strategy 2.0 to accelerate UAV use
The European Commission is moving to accelerate the use and diversification of UAV services across the European Union (EU) with the adoption of its Drone Strategy 2.0, which, in addition to tapping into what’s expected to be a vigorous growth area, seeks to reduce the opportunities for malevolent actors to abuse the technology.
The European Commission, which serves as the executive body of the EU introduced its Drone Strategy 2.0 during a two-day event in Brussels to promote UAV development. That Drone Days conference permits government officials, regulators, businesses, and interested members of the public to learn more about how the 27-nation bloc plans to promote emerging aerial activities in the coming years.
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