Several interfaces and systems poses risks to drones manufacturer and operators

Unmanned aircraft systems (uas) are controlled via radio remote controls with communication protocols that are inherently insecure. Hackers could take control or at least break contact without any additional effort. The software for the control system used by most UAS is developed and constantly improved by thousands of developers. But who ensures that the code does not contain bugs? How can a UAS manufacturer comply with security measures using software and tools developed by third parties? What if a system falls over and it turns out that a bug was built in from the beginning? The next generation of UAS manufacturers that will fly BVLOS and transport people and sensitive goods will have to answer these questions. Law firm Osborne Clarke is prepared to help manufacturers and operators find answers.

Osborne Clarke provides full service under one roof

Osborne Clarke is an international legal practice with over 1,800 employees at 26 locations worldwide, including 150 lawyers in Berlin, Hamburg, Cologne and Munich. With the claim “Helping you succeed in tomorrow’s world”, extensive industry knowledge through networking and outstanding expertise in the digital transformation of business models, Osborne Clarke advises and represents companies, entrepreneurs and investors in all practical business law issues focusing not only on our chosen sectors but also on the three key topics of digital transformation, decarbonisation and urban dynamics.

Our Transport and Automotive sector team provides critical legal support to leading businesses in this sector. From open transport data to autonomous vehicles and intelligent transport systems, emerging technologies like unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) and business models are changing the way we explore our cities, and the wider world. We are at the forefront of change, helping our clients anticipate innovations and navigate an increasingly complex regulatory landscape facing UAV and drone technologies: From product safety, IT security, data privacy, intellectual property and patent law issues to venture capital and corporate start-up advice.

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Meet the experts at the EUROPEAN DRONE FORUM, listen to their presentation and mingle with them at the drinks reception after the event. Osborne Clarke will be at the event and provide further data at the exhibition booth.

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