EU Drone Port and Japan UAS Industrial Development Association (JUIDA) have recently signed a memorandum of understanding to explore opportunities for cooperation in matters of mutual interest in national and international projects. The partnership aims to strengthen ties between Europe and Japan in the field of unmanned aerial systems (UAS), commonly known as drones.
JUIDA is a non-profit organization based in Tokyo, Japan, dedicated to promoting the UAS industry and developing related technologies. The collaboration between the two parties is a significant step towards strengthening the ties between Europe and Japan in the field of UAS. The memorandum of understanding sets out the framework for cooperation in various areas, including technology development, regulatory frameworks, education, and training.
Both EU Drone Port and JUIDA will share their expertise and knowledge and work together on joint projects that can benefit the drone industry in both regions. The partnership is expected to provide numerous opportunities for businesses, researchers, and governments to collaborate and develop innovative UAS solutions. The EU Drone Port and JUIDA collaboration is a positive development for the drone industry, highlighting the importance of international cooperation in advancing UAS technology. The memorandum of understanding signed by both parties is a commitment to explore new opportunities and push the boundaries of what is possible in the field of unmanned aerial systems.