<p>The <strong><a href="http://www.parliament.uk/science">Science and Technology Committee</a></strong> holds its third evidence session on its <em>Commercial and recreational drone use in the UK</em> inquiry on Tuesday 9th July. </p>
<p>Watch it online at <strong><a href="http://parliamentlive.tv/Commons">Parliament TV</a></strong>.</p>
<p><strong>At 9.30 am</strong></p>
<li><strong>Gemma Alcock, Founder, SkyBound Rescuer</strong></li>
<li><strong>Professor David Dunn, International Politics, University of Birmingham</strong></li>
<li><strong>David Phipps, Chief Executive, British Model Flying Association</strong></li>
<p> <strong>At 10.30 am</strong></p>
<li><a name="_Hlk534696564"></a><strong>Baroness Vere of Norbiton, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Transport, Department for Transport</strong></li>
<p>This is the third and final session of the Committee's inquiry into commercial and recreational drone use in the UK. Themes for the session's first panel include:</p>
<p>•     reflecting upon the state of current drone safety education and exploring options and strategies for improving the quality and delivery of this education; and</p>
<p>•     addressing ethical concerns—including privacy concerns—that surround the increased availability, and use of, drone technology. </p>
<p>During the second panel, the Committee will question Baroness Vere of Norbiton, Parliamentary Under-Secretary at the Department for Transport. Questioning will cover a range of areas including:</p>
<p>•     the current regulatory framework;</p>
<p>•     forthcoming regulations;</p>
<p>•     risks associated with drones; and</p>
<p>•     the opportunities presented by the growing industry.</p>
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