An International drone group has stepped forward to champion safe and sensible drone regulations.
Network of Drone Enthusiasts (NODE), a drone group comprising end users and manufacturers dedicated to representing the interests of responsible drone pilots across Europe, was launched last year in the United States and Canada.
The group aims to provide professional and recreational drone users a united voice to collaborate with local and regional legislators on developing drone regulations that encourage the use of drones, while protecting public safety.
Through the website, NODE members can bring drone proposals to the attention of UAS policy makers, who can provide guidance on explaining the benefits of drones and their admirable safety record to local and regional elected officials.
NODE’s website will monitor proposed drone regulations around Europe, making it easy for concerned pilots to get involved and tap into a larger pool of supporters to ensure they can work productively and effectively with their elected officials.
NODE is sponsored by DJI, one of the world’s largest makers of personal and professional civilian drones.