Airhub and MovingDot presented a business model for CISP they prepared for the Dutch Ministry of Transport. They think the CISP role can be performed by several organisations, including their ANSP, vehicle registration authorities, etc. Like other countries, the Dutch are discussing this matter internally.
We developed a high-level business model for USSP, using Strategy Canvas technique, in working sessions in sub-teams. Whilst there are challenges to implement U-Space, the meeting concluded that progress is being made across Europe. Each country is implementing U-Space in a way that meets their needs and constraints. Unsurprisingly, there is no "one size fits all" approach.
We had a lively debate on social acceptance and the need to move the rhetoric to opportunities drones will provide vs restrictions it might impose on social liberties of citizens. Ultimately, the opportunities will need to outweigh restrictions for people to socially accept drones. The group agreed that citizens are likely to accept the use of drones to save lives of people and for providing essential services. However, to make the industry economically viable, use of drones will need to be accepted by citizens to deliver commercial services too.