Germany Set to Include UAS in Air Traffic Laws

The German Parliament is about to approve a new law to include unmanned aircraft in air traffic laws.

The police already have unmanned aircraft, which they use to monitor demonstrations, for example. They were used for the first time about a year ago during protests against a nuclear waste transport and to keep an eye on soccer matches in the state of Saxony.

But police are limited in the extent to which they can employ drones, with strict regulation of range, elevation, and flight times.

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Source: UAS VISION

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