GMV is taking part in the 1st Legaldrone Congress to be held on 28 and 29 March under the joint organization of the Law School (Facultad de Derecho) of the Universidad Complutense de Madrid and the Spanish Association of Space and Aeronautics Law (Asociación Española de Derecho Aeronáutico y Espacial: AEDAE).
The aim of the congress is to analyze the current problems and challenges posed by legislation on remotely piloted aircraft systems at national, European and world level. It will do so by examining aspects to do with administrative law, intellectual law, penal and civil liability, among others. It also aims to give a good idea of the technical notions bound up with aircraft of this type, in order to shed some light on the benefits and risks posed by current use of RPASs and the need for orderly regulation of the matter.
Working with jurists and professionals of recognized prestige, Legaldrone will be addressing not only the characteristic traits of aircraft or systems of this type but also the legislative framework in which they operate.
Within the congress, on 28 March, Ricardo Sáenz Amandi, GMV’s Defense and Security Programs Manager, will be giving a chat called “Artificial intelligence: practical aspects”.