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Foundation is laid for creating the database of non-military UAVs

Foundation is laid for creating the database of non-military UAVs

One of the goals of the national space and advanced transportation administration is creating a database of non-military UAVs in order to provide flight safety in the country.

According to the public relations and information center of the Vice-Presidency for science and technology affairs, the national space and advanced transportation administration prepared an operational guideline for autopilot and remote-control flying objects in order to realize goals such as monitoring the activity of flight of non-military UAVs and developing the proper infrastructures to use the benefits of non-military UAVs.

In addition, improving flight safety in the country, organizing the operation of non-military UAVs to prevent incidents and create safety, and establishing a database of non-military UAVs in the country are other goals of this project.

The scope of application of this regulation is about the activities of UAVs for public, educational, recreational, entertainment and service UAVs.

In addition, these UAVs can be applied in various fields, such as monitoring of land and sea transit, firefighting, exploration, rescue and relief, monitoring of climate and climate conditions, monitoring of natural disasters related to earthquakes, floods, fires, and storms, environmental protection, and agricultural services.

"Geology and mine exploration", "cinematography, photography and mapping", "monitoring of water and electricity lines and gas”, “scientific and research activities", "cargo and post activities" and "other recreational, tourism, and sports services approved by the research organization” are other uses of these non-military UAVs.






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