EVIDENCE HEARING: Commercial and recreational drone use in the UK. The Science and technology committee holds its first evidence session on its Commercial and recreational drone use in the UK inquiry.
This is the first session of the Committee’s inquiry into commercial and recreational drone use in the UK, and will help the Committee to seek evidence on the risks and opportunities arising from the growing use of civilian drones.
Did you have your say?
The Inquiry launched in March 2019. It asked for written responses from commercial and recreational drone users in the UK. It closed 12th April 2019
EVIDENCE HEARING: Commercial and recreational drone use in the UK starts on Tuesday 11th June 2019.
The first session starts a 9:45am and will be investigating:
▪ Current and forthcoming regulation including registration plans;
▪ The effectiveness and prevalence of in-built safety features of drones.
Who will be giving evidence?
Tuesday 11th June 9.45 am
- Tim Johnson, Policy Director, Civil Aviation Authority
- Richard Parker, Chief Executive Officer, Altitude Angel
- Anne-Lise Scaillierez, Director, Association of Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems UK
Tuesday 11th June 10:45am
- Professor James P. Scanlan, University of Southampton
- Brendan Schulman, Vice President of Policy and Legal Affairs, DJI
- Sir Brian Burridge, Chief Executive Officer, Royal Aeronautical Society
Whose on the panel?
Oral evidence to be heard by the committee. The Committee members are:
|Norman Lamb (Chair)||Liberal Democrat|
|Mr Sam Gyimah||Conservative|
|Carol Monaghan||Scottish National Party|
You can watch the committee live by logging online to Parliament TV.