Comparative Analysis of Unmanned Aircraft Regulations for The Development of Startups

Authors

  • Thiago de Souza Beté Program master in Smart and Sustainable Cities (PPG-CIS), Nove de Julho University - UNINOVE, São Paulo, SP, Brazil
  • José Eduardo Storópoli Program master in Sustainability, Pontifical Catholic University of Campinas, Campinas, SP, Brazil
  • Heidy Rodriguez Ramos Program master in Smart and Sustainable Cities (PPG-CIS), Nove de Julho University - UNINOVE, São Paulo, SP, Brazil
  • Diego de Melo Conti Program master in Sustainability, Pontifical Catholic University of Campinas, Campinas, SP, Brazil
  • Cristiano Capellani Quaresma Program master in Smart and Sustainable Cities (PPG-CIS), Nove de Julho University - UNINOVE, São Paulo, SP, Brazil
  • Edson Aparecida de Araújo Querido Oliveira Program master’s in Planning and Regional Development at the University of Taubaté, Taubaté, SP, Brazil

Keywords:

Comparative analysis, Innovation, Smart Cities, Startups, Technology, Unmanned aircraft, Web of Science

Abstract

This article provides a comparative analysis of unmanned aircraft flight regulatory documents to assist and support the construction and development of technology and innovation startups around unmanned aircraft in smart cities. The identification of the main research factor is based on countries with academic scientific production using the database of the Web of Science (WOS) platform. In summary of the results and contributions, a regulatory view and the non-standardization of documents between the countries that present the future trends for the sector was evidenced.

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Published

2021-08-30

How to Cite

de Souza Beté, T., Storópoli , J. E. ., Rodriguez Ramos , H. ., Conti, D. de M. ., Capellani Quaresma, C. . ., & Querido Oliveira , E. A. de A. . (2021). Comparative Analysis of Unmanned Aircraft Regulations for The Development of Startups. Journal of Technology Management &Amp; Innovation, 16(2), 41–55. Retrieved from https://www.jotmi.org/index.php/GT/article/view/3483

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Research Articles