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French Ministry Of Interior Awards Light UAS Study Contract To UVS

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by Staff Writers
Paris, France (SPX) Nov 25, 2008
On November 6, 2008 the French Ministry of Defence, Direction Generale de la Police Nationale, Services des Technologies de la Securite Interieur, notified the award of a study contract to UVS International.

This 5 month study concerns the analysis of the French legal framework relative to the use of Light UAS (<150 kg) by the French Homeland Security forces.

This study will include the following:

+ A detailed analysis of the existing legal framework and the proposal of a solution that will permit the operation use of Light UAS by the French Homeland Security forces;

+ Technical guidelines on how to deploy a Light UAS and be in conformity with the current French regulations;

+ A proposal concerning the adaptation of the current French regulations in the medium term in order to permit generalization of the operational use of Light UAS by the French Homeland Security forces.

UVS International, The Netherlands, the prime contractor, will conduct this study in cooperation with UAS Consulting and Services, France, its sub-contractor for this contract.

UVS International is proud to have been selected by the French Ministry of Interior to conduct this study.

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