Regulatory Environment for Commercial Drone Applications Growth Opportunities

Regulatory Environment for Commercial Drone Applications Growth Opportunities

Advancements in Regulations Enable Drone Technology Improvements to Adapt to Existing Frameworks

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16-Dec-2022
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Research Code: K853-01-00-00-00
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Description

Through this study, Frost & Sullivan aims to provide the reader with an overview of the regulations shaping commercial drone applications worldwide, outline recent developments, and how they will enable industry growth. We focused on the regulatory frameworks of Europe, Asia-Pacific, and North America, representing the largest commercial drone applications markets.

The study also provides insight into the rules that drone industry participants must follow to enter a new geographical market. Despite basic commonalities between national and international regulations, the main requirements for different types of drone operations differ significantly. Companies must comply with these regulations before expanding into new regions. Frost & Sullivan outlines the prerequisites required for specific drone operations in several countries, namely beyond visual line of sight and nighttime flights, to show drone businesses which countries and regions have adopted a permissive stance toward commercial drone operations.

Rising awareness among citizens on using drone platforms in public for commercial purposes and cooperation between regulators are crucial trends shaping regulatory development. Moreover, the use of conventional drone platforms for warfare purposes in the Russo-Ukrainian war is making many regulatory entities reluctant to enable the use of drones in public spaces.

Notably, the study offers stakeholders insights into growth opportunities related to regulatory development. Frost & Sullivan anticipates medical drone deliveries in countries with an open stance toward drone use and regions leveraging regulatory sandboxes to enable regulations for new technological innovations to propel the commercial drone industry.

Table of Contents

Why is it Increasingly Difficult to Grow?

The Strategic Imperative 8™

The Impact of the Top 3 Strategic Imperatives on the Regulatory Environment for Commercial Drone Applications

Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine™

Research Scope

Overview/Trends/Challenges

Overview of Commercial Drone Operations by Country

Representative National and International Regulatory Entities

Regulatory Framework for Commercial Drone Use by Country/Region

Regulatory Framework for Commercial Drone Use by Country/Region (continued)

CAA’s and EASA's Main Types of Drone Operations

Regulatory Framework Analysis by Specific Operation Conditions

Regulatory Framework Analysis by Specific Operation Conditions (continued)

Developments for Unmanned Traffic Management (UTM) Regulations

Growth Drivers

Growth Restraints

2022 Commercial Drone Applications Regulations—North America

2022 Commercial Drone Applications Regulations—South America

2022 Commercial Drone Applications Regulations—Europe

2022 Commercial Drone Applications Regulations—The Middle East

2022 Commercial Drone Applications Regulations—Africa

2022 Commercial Drone Applications Regulations—APAC

Growth Opportunity 1—Unmanned Traffic Management (UTM) Systems and Regulations

Growth Opportunity 1—Unmanned Traffic Management (UTM) Systems and Regulations (continued)

Growth Opportunity 2—Regulatory Sandboxes for Technological Innovations

Growth Opportunity 2—Regulatory Sandboxes for Technological Innovations (continued)

Growth Opportunity 3—Drone Medical Deliveries in African Countries with Innovative Policy Frameworks

Growth Opportunity 3—Drone Medical Deliveries in African Countries with Innovative Policy Frameworks (continued)

Conclusions

List of Exhibits

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Through this study, Frost & Sullivan aims to provide the reader with an overview of the regulations shaping commercial drone applications worldwide, outline recent developments, and how they will enable industry growth. We focused on the regulatory frameworks of Europe, Asia-Pacific, and North America, representing the largest commercial drone applications markets. The study also provides insight into the rules that drone industry participants must follow to enter a new geographical market. Despite basic commonalities between national and international regulations, the main requirements for different types of drone operations differ significantly. Companies must comply with these regulations before expanding into new regions. Frost & Sullivan outlines the prerequisites required for specific drone operations in several countries, namely beyond visual line of sight and nighttime flights, to show drone businesses which countries and regions have adopted a permissive stance toward commercial drone operations. Rising awareness among citizens on using drone platforms in public for commercial purposes and cooperation between regulators are crucial trends shaping regulatory development. Moreover, the use of conventional drone platforms for warfare purposes in the Russo-Ukrainian war is making many regulatory entities reluctant to enable the use of drones in public spaces. Notably, the study offers stakeholders insights into growth opportunities related to regulatory development. Frost & Sullivan anticipates medical drone deliveries in countries with an open stance toward drone use and regions leveraging regulatory sandboxes to enable regulations for new technological innovations to propel the commercial drone industry.
More Information
Deliverable Type Market Research
Author Juan Perl
Industries Aerospace, Defence and Security
No Index No
Is Prebook No
Keyword 1 commercial drone applications
Keyword 2 commercial drone market
Keyword 3 commercial drone applications
Podcast No
WIP Number K853-01-00-00-00