Queensland aims to take drone strategy 'to next level'

4 September 2017

The Queensland government has published a consultation paper on plans to implement Australia’s first whole-of-government Drones Strategy to address the technology’s business opportunities and regulatory challenges.

Speaking at the inaugural World of Drones Congress in Brisbane, premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said the consultation paper would be used to help direct future policy and determine how best to take advantage of the potential of drones in supporting economic growth. 

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