An overview of new European drones regulations - Open, Specific and Certified categories (Download infographic)

An overview of new European drones regulations - Open, Specific and Certified categories (Download infographic)

 

An infographic providing an overview of the requirements in each of the three categories as introduced in the European drones regulation: Regulations (EU) 2019/947 and 2019/945, applicable on December 31,2020.

 

 

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Further reading

 

Drones-the legal framework (Non-subscibers see here for Practice Note overview)

Produced in partnership with Simon Phippard, Of Counsel of Bird & Bird

This Practice Note considers the key legal issues arising in relation to the use of small drones (small unmanned aircraft or SUA) with an operating mass of less than 20 kg in a recreational and commercial context.

 

New operation and product requirements published for drones—Part 1: The Implementing Regulations on the rules and procedures for the operation of unmanned aircraft across Europe

 

New operation and product requirements published for drones—Part 2: The Delegated Regulations on equipment requirements, marketing and conformity assessment for unmanned aircraft across Europe

 

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Alison is a Professional Support Lawyer at LexisNexis, specialising in Technology law. She trained at Pinsent Masons, qualifying in 2004, where she worked in their Technology team advising major retail and commercial sector companies on a diverse range of matters dealing with contentious and non-contentious IP, IT, Outsourcing, Information Law and Commercial issues. She moved in-house, working as Senior Group Legal Counsel for Ericsson’s multimedia business unit, advising on legal issues arising in relation to its content management and delivery solutions and compression products. She advised development and sales units on the legal implications of new technologies and their sale through emerging and diverse business models, looking in particular at Cloud service solutions, digital rights management issues, cyber security and internet of things. She currently supports the Internet and New Technologies topics within the LexisPSL TMT module, including artificial intelligence, drones and autonomous vehicles.