The triumph of drones has just begun

Drones are no longer a gimmick for technophiles. From the commercial aviation, flying objects is hard to imagine. But there is still much to do.

BildThe Triumph of the drone has just begun. For the year 2050 the predicted percentage of unmanned aircraft in the total fleet size is already scarce 25 percent. This shows the enormous potential of drones for future structural change in aviation. Also for the economic development of countries, unmanned flying objects are of great importance, as Prof. Dr. Stefan Georg von der saar on htw www.meine-ebooks.de/drohnen-in-der-luftfahrt/ reports.
The development of drones could revolutionize the entire European air transport policy and significantly change the local aviation in their meaning and strengthen.
To allow the flight of unmanned aircraft without friction, and thereby realize the revolutionary potential, However, it requires still some important efforts:
Along with Felix Liitticke says Prof. Dr. Georg in the book “Drones in commercial aviation” (ISBN: 978-3748523932), that much must be significant investment in research and development of a functioning infrastructure by the EU, Europe to prepare for the future. other regions worldwide are significantly more engaged and the local economy could run the place and gain valuable market share. The next five to ten years are here decisive for the future development.
In addition, a single regulatory framework must necessarily be created. Operators and manufacturers of drones technique will avoid investments in the European economy, as long as there are no common rules. Especially important for many applications is the approval of the flight of drones at night and cities.
Which can mean the creation of an appropriate legal framework for a region, has been the introduction of uniform regulations in Japan. There, the number of drone operators could within 12 Years be increased by the implementation to 18 times. This action recognizes the European Commission and has been working intensively on the implementation of uniform rules. But the administrative burden within the EU is enormous, and the legislative process is extremely tedious. Especially the final step of the legislation by the Commission, having already proposed by EASA issued as an aviation consultant expertise, drags on for years and inhibits the overall development.

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Prof. Dr. Stefan George teaches at the Academy of Sciences of the Saarland in the Faculty of Economics in the courses Business Administration, Industrial Engineering and Business Aviation. It also provides for companies to individual training programs.

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