Security Drones: The Future Is Autonomous

- May 31, 2018 -

   The biggest hurdle that autonomous drones need to overcome isn’t the development of hardware and software, but rather to show airspace regulators and governments that the platforms can comply with existing and future licensing and regulatory requirements.

   The development of ‘’drone airspace management’ is another area where the UK is driving technology. Services now exist which enable drones to receive real-time information about the airspace around them such as: their proximity to other aircraft or to ground obstacles, the location of other drones, and the position of any restricted airspace or no-fly zones.