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Security risks are rising year by year, and piloting of UAV airspace operation management is imminent.

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from September 10 to 14, 2018 global UAV conference was held in Chengdu. The conference brought together well-known entrepreneurs, experts and scholars from 49 countries in UAV Flight Standards and management. The agenda of the conference includes the Third Symposium on remotely piloted aircraft systems, the second industry Symposium on the release of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAS) and the UAV exhibition

at this conference, the participating experts discussed the legal and regulatory system of UAV supervision, the integrated flight standards of UAV and UAV, and studied how to adjust the existing aviation framework system to better meet the needs of long-range piloting aircraft/UAV president Li, who signed a large number of contracts for two experimental aircraft at that time, so as to promote the healthy development of the industry. The daily economy listened to the conference all the way, and interviewed Liu Fang, the Secretary General of ICAO, Stephen krimer, the director of the Bureau of navigation of ICAO, and other guests on issues related to the development of the UAV industry

in recent years, the UAV industry has been booming. According to the prediction of relevant departments, the number of UAVs may rise to more than 4 million by 2020. At the same time, with the increase of the number of UAVs, its security risks are also gradually emerging. The endless "black flying" events cast a shadow on the development of the UAV industry. How to establish technical problems and standardization has become a constraint to the industry. With the increasing demand for airspace resources, the air traffic management of UAV system is also facing major challenges

at the 2018 global UAV conference held in Chengdu from September 10 to 14, how to coordinate the contradiction between the rapid development of UAVs and the shortage of airspace resources, as well as how to supervise airspace safety, became the focus of attention of all parties

UAV has less airspace

as one of the "two wings" of civil aviation, the development of general aviation has always attracted much attention. At present, there are still many shortcomings in the development of general aviation, such as the lack of available flight airspace, the difficulty of flight plan approval, and the slow growth of the number of airports. These factors restrict the development of China's general aviation industry, especially the UAV industry

"only through the full cooperation of the government and various industrial departments can we improve our airspace and the development of unmanned aerial vehicles." Speaking of the shortage of airspace resources faced by the growth of unmanned aerial vehicles, Stephen krimer, director of the navigation bureau of ICAO, said in an exclusive interview with the daily economy

Ren bin, President of Chengdu UAV Industry Association, said that the rational use of airspace can be divided according to time period and space. Ren bin suggested that enterprises should actively cooperate with relevant organizations to do a good job in standardizing. In the process of practice, we should also summarize some specifications for the large function consumption and complex equipment of the system, so as to achieve the linkage between the upper and lower levels. "How to make manufacturers self-discipline and how to make enterprises effectively use airspace is a problem we need to think about."

on January 26 this year, the Ministry of industry and information technology issued the Interim Regulations on the flight management of unmanned aerial vehicles (Draft for comments), and began to solicit opinions publicly on the station of the Ministry of industry and information technology. For the standardized development of unmanned aerial vehicles, relevant departments are gradually improving the rules and regulations

the exposure draft reasonably opens the airspace below 120 meters for UAVs that meet certain regulatory requirements, dispels the misunderstanding of "black flying", and is a great advantage for industrial development and UAVs if the status quo of winning the bid at the lowest price does not change. This kind of plastic granulator equipment has a very serious pollution to the environment

at this meeting, some participants said that China's UAV industry is in the leading position in the world, and its development should be encouraged, but the premise of encouragement is to ensure "safety", so as to promote the healthy development of the industry

in recent years, China has continuously issued policies to encourage the development of general aviation industry. In addition to carrying out different pilot projects in local areas, it is also particularly urgent to promote the construction of infrastructure and a series of regulatory systems

strengthen information sharing and integration

at present, the development of UAV industry faces a dilemma: if the control is too strict, it will strangle the whole booming industry; If it is too wide, it will bring a series of problems, such as black flight, illegal interference, and even lead to vicious events that endanger the safety of public life and property and national security

according to Cai Jun, deputy director of the office of the State Air Administration Commission, the problems of the large number of unmanned aerial vehicles and the increased safety risks, the use of live and tight airspace resources have not been fundamentally solved

how to solve the problem of airspace tension faced by UAVs in the development process? How to supervise airspace safety so that unmanned aerial vehicles and unmanned aerial vehicles can operate in a safe environment

in this regard, Stephen krimer believes that in order to solve the contradiction between airspace tension and the rapid development of UAVs, we must start from the aspect of information systems and introduce some industrial regulatory policies

Zhang Xinghao, director of the air traffic control department of the Air Traffic Management Bureau of the Civil Aviation Administration of China, believes that there should be new ideas and models for the air traffic management of UAV Systems, but the users of UAVs, whether individuals or enterprises, should actively register according to the requirements of regulations and put all operations under the regulatory environment of the government

under the guidance of ICAO, after extensive discussion and in-depth research, the 2018 global UAV conference has issued the Chengdu initiative with the joint efforts of all parties

the Chengdu initiative proposes to speed up the construction of air traffic control service system, strengthen communication and exchange in information sharing, integration and other aspects, gradually promote the integration of manned and unmanned aircraft air traffic management system, build a perfect, smooth and harmonious UAV management system, and provide greater space for UAV operation. "Innovate the airspace management mode, establish a scientific, reasonable and efficient airspace operation mechanism, carry out piloting of UAV airspace operation management, promote the integrated flight of UAV and UAV, and promote the efficient utilization of airspace resources."

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