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The European Union estimates that the market for drone services in its member states will reach 14.5 billion euros by 2030.
The development of drone technology day by day enables companies to use this technology in many areas by making it more common.
For example, cargo companies are working to make fast and safe deliveries using drones.
Adina-Ioana Vălean, the European Union (EU) Commissioner for Transport, held a press conference in Brussels on the EU’s “Drone Strategy”.
“Drone technologies have developed rapidly in recent years,” Vălean said that they aim to further develop the unmanned aerial vehicle market in Europe.
Vălean stated that there will be more deliveries with drones in the future, and this will offer new transportation services for passengers.
Pointing out that drones are also economically interesting, Vălean said, “We believe that if our strategy is implemented correctly, the drone market can be worth 14.5 billion euros by 2030.” she said.
Vălean added that drone services could create 145,000 new jobs in the EU.
Stating that their strategy includes developing solutions against unmanned aerial vehicles, Vălean stated that this will contribute to creating new partnerships between the drone industry and civil defense and law enforcement forces.