A Bulgarian city will conduct U-space trials to support commercial drone services

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The municipality of Burgas in Bulgaria is evaluating drone operations and its first trials U-space trials.

Burgas is a port city where four organisations are cooperating to prepare and execute drone flights: Unmanned Systems Bulgaria EOOD, Cluster Aerospace Technologies, Research and Applications (KAKTIP), SNC Bulgarian-Italian Center “Da Vinci” and Association of the Bulgarian Aviation Industry (ABAI), says a report by Faragency. The partners will test drone deliveries and the agricultural application of drones.

Unmanned aerial systems (drones) are an integral part of the aviation business, and the development of this segment will find increasing application in various areas of our lives. We see the potential for Burgas to become an aviation centre for the development and testing of innovative drone flight operations. This will put Burgas on the map with the cities in the European Union that are successfully working in this area.

Dr. Ivo Barzov, Bulgarian-Italian Da Vinci Center

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