UAV and UAS | Air and Space Law | Ole Miss
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Drones have become an ubiquitous fact of life. They offer both life-saving services and tremendous commercial opportunity. But owning and operating a fleet of drones involves a deep dive into regulatory red tape and paperwork — not to mention local property and privacy laws (all of which can come with criminal penalties) and other requirements that may be imposed by contract.  The Center is leading research efforts to provide viable solutions that assure that humans take full advantage of the many benefits offered by drone technologies, while preserving privacy, safety and security.