On Friday, May 28, 2021, the Bundesrat approved the draft law submitted by Federal Minister Andreas Scheuer to adapt national regulations to the European Commission's Implementing Regulation (EU) 2019/947 of May 24, 2019, on the rules and procedures for the operation of unmanned aerial vehicles. The
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FLYBOTS Techtalk: 5 questions to Christian Kaiser (Copting GmbH)
In our "Techtalk" we would like to know more in detail and begin our interview series with Christian Kaiser, Managing Director at Copting GmbH. We wanted to find out which products and services have good prospects for growth from his point of view and which skills are crucial for drone training. Also important: Which wishes does Christian Kaiser have for politics and the development of the market.
Federal Minister Andreas Scheuer has presented the Federal Government's action plan for unmanned aerial systems and innovative aviation concepts to
The Federal Office of Consumer Protection and Food Safety (BVL) publishes a list of plant protection products approved for use with unmanned aerial
On 27 June 2022, the Federal Ministry of Digitalisation and Transport (BMDV) published the revised "Common Principles of the Federal Government and
In its latest publication, the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy provides information on the diversity of the drone market and
At the turn of the year, new EU regulations for drones will apply. The European Commission adopted a new set of rules for the operation of unmanned
The use of unmanned aerial systems in the civil sector has developed rapidly over the past 20 years. UAS (Unmanned Aircraft Systems) are now just as
In its latest publication, the VDI informs members about the operational safety of UAS. The publication defines five fields of action for safe
Attitudes towards drones and air taxis in Germany have developed positively since 2019. This was the result of a survey conducted by YouGov on behalf
The "Verband unbemannte Luftfahrt" (An initiative of BDL and BDLI) provides information on the development of the German drone market in its current
The transport sector is facing a variety of challenges. The existing transport infrastructures are increasingly reaching their limits. Congestion and
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BVZD - Branchenverband Zivile Drohnen e. V. organizes the dialog between the civil drone industry, politics and society in the fields of new mobility, logistics and digitalization. The central goal of the association is the economic promotion of the young industry, the increase of flight safety in alignment with other road users and the positive shaping of political framework conditions.
With around 250 members, the German Aerospace Industries Association (BDLI) represents the interests of an industry that is characterized by international technological leadership and global success. The German aerospace industry is not only the lifeline and driving force of the economy, but also an important employer of predominantly highly qualified employees.
The primary tasks of the BDLI include communication with political institutions, authorities, associations and foreign representations in Germany as well as a wide range of member services in Germany and abroad. The association is also the trademark owner of ILA Berlin - the trade show for "Innovation and Leadership in Aerospace".
For many years now, the BDLI UAV Expert Committee has successfully accompanied the development of the civil and military drone market.
In view of overlapping interests, in 2017 the BDLI partnered with the German Air Transport Association on Unmanned Aviation (BUVUS) and established the voice of Unmanned Aviation in Germany with the joint initiative Verband Unbemannte Luftfahrt.
The German Air Transport Association (BDL) is the common voice of the German air transport industry.
It is open to all German aviation companies and associations. The association represents and promotes the interests of airlines, airports, German air traffic control and other service providers in German aviation.
The BDL is committed to ensuring that Germany can develop as a high-performance and competitive aviation location - in responsibility for society and the environment. The association acts as a central point of contact for politicians, the media and the public, bundling and communicating the issues that are of importance to the German air transport industry.
In order to speak with a strong voice on the important subject of unmanned aviation, manufacturers and operators in the German aviation industry - represented by the German Aerospace Industries Association (BDLI) and the German Air Transport Association (BDL) - have joined forces in the Unmanned Aviation Association.
UAV DACH e.V. exists since 2000 and is the largest and most experienced German-speaking professional association for unmanned aerial vehicles in Europe. It represents the interests of about 220+ members from research & development, manufacturer and supplier industry as well as users and service providers from the countries Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Italy and the Netherlands. The association's superordinate goals are the economical construction and use of unmanned aerial vehicles for the benefit of the public, the achievement of broad public acceptance and operational safety in the airspace without danger to persons and property on the ground.
The Verband Unbemannte Luftfahrt is a joint initiative of the German Air Transport Association (BDL) and the German Aerospace Industries Association (BDLI). The new association is primarily concerned with the challenges of certifying commercially used unmanned aviation systems and integrating them into the existing air transport system. The focus is on the safe coexistence of manned and unmanned aviation.
The 2021 market study "Analysis of the German Drone Market" by the Unmanned Aviation Association can be found here.