Safety risk of unmanned aerial vehicles

Kulcsszavak: drone, safety risk, prevention, regulation


Drones never seen before are present in everyday life, allowing for technological advancement and falling prices. Drones with increasingly precise navigation, longer operating time and video and audio recording systems and load-bearing capabilities pose a serious safety risk. The lack of registration of equipment and pilots makes it almost impossible to detect and prosecute the perpetrator of a damage event or infringement. In 2018, the Council of the European Union adopted updated aviation safety rules, which amend the mandate of the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and now include, for the first time, EU-level rules for drones of any size used for civilian purposes. In 2019, ESA pre-sented a unified European package of laws on the use of drones, and in 2021 Hungary also introduced significant changes in the use of drones.

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