Drone laws around the world: A comparative global guide to drone regulatory laws, Second Edition, 2023, is a resource published by Dentons.
Drones represent a groundbreaking technology that catalyzes novel approaches and possibilities across various industries. Significant advancements have been achieved in the regulation of autonomous drone operations, especially those conducted beyond the operator’s visual line of sight. This emerging frontier of disruptive technology has sparked numerous innovative solutions to age-old challenges, offering even greater potential to those who embrace this technology.
The second edition of Dentons’ comprehensive guide, “Drone Laws Around the World: A Comparative Global Guide to Drone Regulatory Laws,” has now been expanded to cover 17 distinct regions. This updated edition provides in-depth insights and analysis of the regulations influencing drone operations worldwide. In this edition, we delve into an examination and comparison of the regulations, penalties, liability considerations, privacy issues, and forthcoming regulatory and pioneering developments in the following regions:
- EU Member states:
- New Zealand
- United Kingdom
- United States of America
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