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Joint Authorities for Rulemaking for Unmanned Systems

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The Joint Authorities for Rulemaking for Unmanned Systems (JARUS) is

a group of experts from the National Aviation Authorities (NAAs) and the European Aviation Safety Agency. A key aim of JARUS is to develop recommended certification specifications and operational provisions, which countries can use during the approval process of a UAS.[1]

References Edit

  1. Unmanned Aerial Systems: Efforts Made toward Integration into the National Airspace Continue, but Many Actions Still Required, at 15.

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