October 25, 2017      

ODENSE, Denmark -- Drone legislation is not keeping up with the growing industry, and it doesn't do enough to support end users or operators, said experts at TUS Nordics 2017 here earlier this month. For example, the different Nordic countries have different rules for unmanned systems.

"Right now, the community is asking for rules. A push is needed from the industry," said Brad Beach, head of the University of Southern Denmark's Unmanned Aerial Systems (SDU UAS) Center. "In the U.S., there ar...

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