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Unmanned Aerial System Operations for Retail

Guido Manfredi 1, 2 Elgiz Baskaya 2 Jim Sharples 2 Yannick Jestin 2
1 ENGIE Ineo - Safran RPAS Chair
SAFRAN Group, Aéroports de Paris, ENAC - Ecole Nationale de l'Aviation Civile
Abstract : The number of Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) applications is quickly increasing as technology, standards and regulation allow them. With each new application, more industrial sectors get affected, and the retail sector is already being impacted. This paper presents five UAS applications that will impact the retail sector: freight, monitoring, guiding, delivery, and advertisement. For each application, concepts of operation are provided along with the associated technological, standard and regulatory locks. These operations are then organized along time, from earliest to latest accessible, with accompanying explanation as to why and when. It is shown that the applications currently most publicized are not the ones that will come first. Finally, a discussion regarding the accuracy of our forecast is proposed and leads to support the enabling of drones, in the retail sector, are provided.
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Guido Manfredi, Elgiz Baskaya, Jim Sharples, Yannick Jestin. Unmanned Aerial System Operations for Retail. ICAS 2018 : 14th International Conference on Autonomic and Autonomous Systems, IASFR: Intelligent Autonomous Systems for the Future of Retail, May 2018, Nice, France. pp.ISBN: 978-1-61208-634-7. ⟨hal-01859054⟩

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