On October 1, 2019, the Polish Air Navigation Services Agency (PANSA) in Warsaw, presented its “Digital Services for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles” strategy to government partners such as the Ministry of Infrastructure and the Civil Aviation Authority who will jointly introduce the programme in Poland.
The programme aims to implement the following services: e-registration, e-certification, e-licensing and e-learning (within the CAA) and risk assessment (within PANSA) for UAV operators. The e-Identification system is aimed at citizens and public agencies such as law enforcement agencies; while dynamic geofencing (within PANSA) will be provided with the support of public agencies. It is being developed within the PansaUTM system supported by HAWKE/Droneradar.
The programme is part of the national Digital Poland 2014-2020 strategy, a European Union (EU) financed funding programme for public e-services, with a total budget of EUR 2.25 million.
According to a press release:
“The event was attended by the President of the Polish Air Navigation Services Agency Janusz Janiszewski and representatives of state and private entities, including the Ministry of Infrastructure, the Chancellery of the President, the Chancellery of the Prime Minister and the Civil Aviation Office.”
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