Drone Regulations Report 2020
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- EU-wide drone regulations will be active in January 2021 across member states.
- 12 unmanned traffic management (UTM) programs active globally with 1 in the EU.
- 35% of survey respondents in the DroneII Global Drone Industry Barometer 2020 agree that drone regulations are the biggest obstacle to their operations.
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This DRONEII Drone Regulations Report provides the most comprehensive outline, breakdown and analysis of global drone regulations. It is based on months of research and analysis by our team and our Drone Readiness Index (DRI), a proprietary analytical framework for comparing national drone regulations which was built based on years of experience in the commercial drone industry and an intimate understanding of the regulatory environment.
The 107-page Drone Regulations Report introduces the bureaucratic infrastructure behind drone regulations, first in Chapter 1 outlining how drone regulations are made what sorts of challenges drone regulators face. It then delves deeper into European and international drone regulations in Chapter 2 by explaining how EASA and other EU regulatory bodies work in conjunction with national regulations.
Further, the drone regulations report discusses international drone standards and the various organisations in this space as well as their progress. The flagship component of the report is the Drone Readiness Index (DRI) outlined in Chapter 3 which ranks countries according to the six key indicators: applicability, operational scope, human resources, administrative infrastructure, social acceptance and airspace integration. In addition to this, each of the thirty countries’ national drone regulations are analysed individually in detail in Chapter 4.
Next, in Chapter 5 of global drone regulations report, various government drone programs, and specifically national UTM programs from across the globe are discussed and analyzed. In Chapter 6, this report once again gives a view from the industry by providing the insights DRONEII has gathered through the Global Drone Industry Barometer Survey 2020.
Finally, Chapter 7 providers readers with the outlook by laying out what key regulatory changes lay ahead and how they will affect different parts of the industry. Ultimately, this drone regulations report helps companies make strategic business development decisions based on regulatory developments and forecasts, for example, for or against market entry or product expansion. Further, the drone regulations report is a great tool for current and potential investors in the drone industry.
SCOPE AND METHODOLOGY
1.1 What Are Drone Regulations?
1.2 Why Do Drone Regulations Matter?
1.3 The Drone Rulemaking Process
1.4 The Drone Rulemaking Stakeholders
1.5 A History of Drone Regulations
1.6 Future Drone Regulation Challenges
2 GLOBAL AND EU DRONE REGULATIONS &STANDARDS
2.1 European Regulations Overview
2.2 A Regional UTM System: U-Space
2.3 International Standards on Drones
3 THE DRONE READINESS INDEX (DRI)
3.1 Measuring Drone Regulations: Index Parameters
3.2 Drone Readiness Index (DRI) Ranking
3.3 Drone Readiness Index (DRI) Ranking: Operational Limits
3.4 Drone Readiness Index (DRI) Ranking: Human Resources
3.5 Drone Readiness Index (DRI) Ranking: Administrative Infrastructure
3.6 Drone Readiness Index (DRI) Ranking: Social Acceptance
3.7 Drone Readiness Index (DRI) Ranking: Airspace Integration
4 NATIONAL DRONE REGULATION PROFILES
4.19 The Netherlands
4.20 New Zealand
4.27 South Africa
4.28 South Korea
4.33 United Arab Emirates
4.34 United Kingdom
4.35 United States of America
5 GOVERNMENT DRONE PROGRAMS & PRIVATE- PUBLIC PARTNERSHIPS
5.1 Overview of Government Programs and Their Role on the Drone Market
5.2 Unmanned Traffic Management Systems
5.3 US Government Drone Programs
5.4 Swiss Government Drone Programs
5.5 Chinese Government Drone Programs
5.6 Japanese Government Drone Programs
5.7 Emerging Government Drone Programs
6 VIEWS FROM THE INDUSTRY
6.1 The Drone Industry Barometer Survey 2020
6.2 Survey Results
7 DRONE REGULATIONS, TRENDS & OUTLOOK
7.1 A Timeline of Drone Regulations for 2020-2025
7.2 Regulatory Outlook for Drone Market Stakeholders
7.3 Technological Drone Trends and Regulations
Table 1: U-Space Timeline of Activities and Services
Table 2: International Standards Overview
Table 3: Countries Examined in the Drone Readiness Index (DRI)
Table 4: Drone Readiness Index (DRI) Ranking
Table 5: The Drone Readiness Index: Operational Scope Ranking
Table 6: The Drone Readiness Index: Human Resources Ranking
Table 7: The Drone Readiness Index: Administrative Infrastructure Ranking
Table 8: The Drone Readiness Index: Social Acceptance Ranking
Table 9: The Drone Readiness Index: Airspace Integration Ranking
Table 10: Drone Regulations in Australia
Table 11: Drone Regulations in Austria
Table 12: Drone Regulations in Belgium
Table 13: Drone Regulations in Brazil
Table 14: Drone Regulations in Canada
Table 15: Drone Regulations in China
Table 16: Drone Regulations in Denmark
Table 17: Drone Regulations in Finland
Table 18: Drone Regulations in France
Table 19: Drone Regulations in Germany
Table 20: Drone Regulations in Iceland
Table 21: Drone Regulations in India
Table 22: Drone Regulations in Indonesia
Table 23: Drone Regulations in Israel
Table 24: Drone Regulations in Italy
Table 25: Drone Regulations in Japan
Table 26: Drone Regulations in Malaysia
Table 27: Drone Regulations in Mexico
Table 28: Drone Regulations in Netherlands
Table 29: Drone Regulations in New Zealand
Table 30: Drone Regulations in Nigeria
Table 31: Drone Regulations in Norway
Table 32: Drone Regulations in Poland
Table 33: Drone Regulations in Russia
Table 34: Drone Regulations in Rwanda
Table 35: Drone Regulations in Singapore
Table 36: Drone Regulations in South Africa
Table 37: Drone Regulations in South Korea
Table 38: Drone Regulations in Spain
Table 39: Drone Regulations in Sweden
Table 40: Drone Regulations in Switzerland
Table 41: Drone Regulations in Taiwan
Table 42: Drone Regulations in the United Arab Emirates
Table 43: Drone Regulations in the United Kingdom
Table 44: Drone Regulations in the United States of America
Table 45: Emerging Government Drone Programs
Table 46: Top 10 Most Represented Countries in the Drone Barometer Survey
Table 47: Technological Drone Industry Trends and Their Impact on Regulations
Chart 1: The Drone Industry Insights Research Workflow
Chart 2: Drone Industry Insights Scope Definition
Chart 3: Drone Industry Insights Data Triangulation
Chart 4: The 3 Levels of Drone Regulations
Chart 5: The Role of Regulations in the Drone Workflow
Chart 6: The Drone Regulation Rulemaking Process
Chart 7: Example of Drone Regulation Rulemaking of FAA Part107 in the US
Chart 8: Drone Regulation Stakeholder Overview
Chart 9: Timeline of Drone Regulations: 2015-2020
Chart 10: European Drone Regulations Overview
Chart 11: European Drone Regulations Stakeholder Overview
Chart 12: EASA Rulemaking Process Overview
Chart 13: U-Space Stages (Source: SESAR)
Chart 14: Industry Demands, Government Programs and UTM Initiatives
Chart 15: The Key Components of a UTM Future
Chart 16: Swiss U-Space Infrastructure (Source: Federal Office of Civil Aviation (FOCA), 2020)
Chart 17: Structure of UOMS and its Surroundings (Source: CAAC, 2018)
Chart 18: Japanese UTM System Vision (Source: GUTMA, 2017)
Chart 19: Map of Drone Industry Barometer 2020 Survey Participants
Chart 20: Timeline of Drone Regulations for 2020
Chart 21: Impact of Regulatory Trends on Drone Industry Stakeholders
Graph 1: The Biggest Obstacles Identified by Drone Barometer Survey Respondents
Graph 2: Length of Time to Acquire a Special Permission/Exemption as Identified by Drone Barometer Survey Resp.
Graph 3: Ease of Flying BVLOS as Identified by Drone Barometer Survey Respondents
Graph 4: Views on How the Regulatory Env. Changed in the Past Year as Identified by Drone Industry Barometer Resp.
Graph 5: The Most Important Drone Market-Driving Actors as Identified by Drone Barometer Survey Respondents
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