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Big problem – how do the developers of Unmanned Air Vehicles (UAVs) get their devices certified to fly in regulated airspace?
How do these UAV developers show a regulator that they will not only meet stringent air traffic and flight regulations but will also restrict undesired behaviour? In other words, how can developers show that their products are ‘Airworthy’?
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