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FAA規定の小型UAS事業への影響

Impact of FAA Rules on Small UAS Business

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FAA規定の小型UAS事業への影響 Impact of FAA Rules on Small UAS Business
出版日: 2014年07月31日 ページ情報: 英文
概要

2007年以降、FAA(米国連邦航空局)は小型無人機(sUAS)の米国内での商用利用をさまざまな声明や政策を通じて原則禁止としてきました。しかし2012年、無人機(ドローン)の商用利用に対してFAAがライセンスを発行することを定めた「Federal Aviation Administration Modernization and Reform Act of 2012」が施行され、多くの商用ドローンに米国の空域を飛行するライセンスが与えられると期待されました。しかしながら現在までのところ、混乱と不透明性だけを生み出しています。

当レポートでは、FAA(米国連邦航空局)の小型無人機(sUAS)に対する現在の政策とその影響についてアンケート調査し、FAAの規定の不明瞭さ、事業者にとっての現在の規則による障壁、好ましい法規制下あるいは好ましくない法規制下での事業の展望などをまとめています。

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本調査について

8項目の主な考察

提言

  • FAA
  • 製造業者・オペレーター

詳細調査結果

  • 提供サービスの種類
  • サービスの長さ
  • サービス提供の対応力
  • 米国での収益
  • 保険の導入
  • 現在のFAA規則への理解と明確さ
  • 好ましい法規制
  • 好ましい法規制下での事業成長
  • 事業にとって好ましくないと考えられる法規制

無人機アナリストについて

付録:質問

目次

The research examines the economic impact of current FAA policies for small unmanned aerial systems (sUAS) operating in Class G uncontrolled airspace and evaluates how commercial service providers and operators perceive those rules and assess their importance.

Since 2007, the FAA has essentially banned commercial use of sUAS in the U.S. through a series of statements and policies aimed at controlling activity until actual regulations are put in place. The Federal Aviation Administration Modernization and Reform Act of 2012 authorizes the FAA to issue licenses for commercial drone use in the U.S. The FAA modernization law was widely expected to result in tens of thousands of commercial drones being licensed to fly over U.S. airspace. So far, however, it has produced only uncertainty: a combined 71% of participants in the survey say current rules are unclear and indicated confusion around conditions under which it is currently legal to operate sUAS for commercial purposes in the U.S. In fact, when offered 12 possibilities for conditions conducive to legal sUAS operation, the third most-checked condition was “the FAA does not regulate Class G air space.”

This study answers the following key questions:

  • 1. How clear are service providers on current FAA regulations regarding the use and operations of small UAS for commercial purposes in U.S. Class G airspace?
  • 2. To what extent do current rules create barriers for small business?
  • 3. What is the economic outlook for providers given either favorable or unfavorable rules in the future?

Table of Contents

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

ABOUT THIS STUDY

  • Methodology
  • Demographics

EIGHT KEY INSIGHTS

RECOMMENDATIONS

  • To FAA
  • To Manufacturers and Operators

DETAILED FINDINGS

  • Service Offering Variety
  • Length of Service
  • Readiness to Offer Services
  • Revenue from U.S. Operations
  • Employment of Insurance
  • Comprehension and Clarity of Current FAA Policies
  • Favorable Regulations
  • Business Growth under Favorable Regulations
  • Regulations Considered Unfavorable for Business

ABOUT DRONE ANALYST

APPENDIX: QUESTIONS

List of Figures

  • Figure 1 - QUALIFIED RESPONDENTS BY GLOBAL REGION
  • Figure 2 - TITLE OR ROLE
  • Figure 3 - PRIMARY SERVICE OR PRODUCT
  • Figure 4 - LENGTH OF SERVICE
  • Figure 5 - TIME TO BEGIN SERVICE
  • Figure 6 - REVENUE FROM CURRENT SERVICES
  • Figure 7 - COMMERCIAL INSURANCE USE
  • Figure 8 - CLARITY OVER CURRENT RULES
  • Figure 9 - FAA RULE COMPREHENSION
  • Figure 10 - FAVORABLE FAA REGULATIONS
  • Figure 11 - BUSINESS STARTS UNDER FAVORABLE RULES
  • Figure 12 - HIRING TENDENCIES IN THE NEXT YEAR UNDER FAVORABLE RULES
  • Figure 13 - PROJECTED REVENUE GROWTH UNDER FAVORABLE RULES
  • Figure 14 - UNFAVORABLE REGULATIONS
  • Figure 15 - BUSINESS IMPACT OF UNFAVORABLE RULES
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