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Ethical Security and Safety issues. AiRT project

de-Miguel-Molina, Mária; Santamarina-Campos, Virginia; Stephan Kröner; Carabal-Montagud, Mª Ángeles; Miguel Rosa; Snyper, Jade; Zabulyte, Greta

The use of RPAS (Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems) or drones, as they are mostly known, has become very popular in recent years, for commercial and recreational use, with millions of devices sold and new users adopting the technology every year. An important pedagogical work must be carried out, to educate people in this new technology, making everyone aware of the impact in privacy, security or safety they can cause if they are not used in a responsible way. 

The AiRT Project will put efforts in making this educative work, developing standards for a safe and ethical correct use of RPAS flying indoor for the Creative Industries. Seeking support in current RPAS regulations that cover outdoor airspace, this document will provide references and technical means to design and implement safe RPAS operations.

The aim of this deliverable is to highlight the ethics/ security, privacy and safety issues that are related to use of drones in confined spaces.


This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement nº 732433.
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