- 5 May 2021 10:26 AM
- Hungary Matters
The innovation and technology ministry, Széchenyi University, the Budapest University of Technology and Economics and air traffic control company HungaroControl are behind the initiative, László Palkovics said.
According to forecasts published by the European Commission, economic sectors connected to the operation of drones will be worth at least 10 billion euros, employing 100,000 people in the next twenty years, Palkovics said.
So it is in Hungary’s interest to “become part of that process and gain a prominent position” in the sector, he said.