More than 40 companies have joined EAASI since the European aerial mapping industry created the not-for-profit umbrella organization aimed at fostering joint interests less than two years ago. In this interview, the president and secretary-general of EAASI share their views on the association’s role in promoting and simplifying the distribution and use of aerial survey data
On the European continent, the sector is currently confronted with a patchwork of national standards, rules and regulations.
To change that, EAASI has highlighted three top priorities:
1) pan-European datasets,
2) certification/standardization, and
3) improved airspace access for aerial surveying operations.
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