A Framework for Counter-Unmanned Aircraft System Regulation in New Zealand is an article that examines the threat of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), the current state of Counter-UAS regulation in New Zealand, legal issues with implementing Counter-UAS, and a proposal for Counter-UAS legislative authority.

Publication Date- August 2018

This work contains the following major sections:

  • The threat
  • Existing regulatory provisions
  • Need for further measures
  • Licensing is insufficient
  • Counter-UAS technology
  • International experience
  • Legal issues
  • Proposal
  • Conclusion

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Author- Andrew Shelley

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