The drone industry in Poland keeps growing and a new 13.4 million EUR program will help bring it further. The project managed by PANSA and partly funded by the European Union. It is implemented as part of the Digital Poland Operational Program (POPC) and involves the mass provision of digital services to any interested entity that allows for efficient and safe drone flights.
"The implementation of modern solutions for the broadly defined drone market is, next to navigation activities, the most important area of PANSA's activities. The implementation of the project will bring benefits for the whole country and will facilitate the use and access to the Unmanned Aircraft market in Poland. It is a great success, and also a huge opportunity for PANSA, which places great emphasis on the development and wide availability of new technologies, including solutions for unmanned aviation" -said Janusz Janiszewski, PANSA president.
The Agency will allocate the funds obtained under the project "Digital Services for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles" to further develop tools enabling the operation of advanced unmanned aircraft on a wide scale, optimization and digitization of processes necessary for the safe conduct of UAV flights, from registration, certification, issuing licensing and providing on-line training, as well as for solutions supporting the UAV risk analysis process.