Latest National Regulations on Unmanned Aircraft Systems in Military and Civil Aviation in Poland
From looking at the Polish example of amendments to the Aviation Act, this publication shows that leaving regulation on Unmanned Aircraft Systems to national parliaments is a long, costly and risky process. The needs and possibilities concerning UAS are broad and will be growing, not only because of military, but also because of civil needs. There are many debates among policy makers and lawyers concerning future UAS regulations. Some recommend that the rules should not be more restrictive than existing ones concerning civil manned aircrafts.
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