On June 11, 2019, two EU regulations were issued regulating the issue of drones, whose main task is to harmonize the law in the European Union. The regulations in question are: Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) 2019/945 of 12 March 2019 on unmanned air systems and unmanned air system operators from third countries as well as Commission Implementing

Regulation (EU) 2019/947 of 24 May 2019 on regulations and procedures for the operation of unmanned aerial vehicles. The regulation entered into force 20 days after its publication. Member States have one year to apply the new rules, so from June 2020 operators will need to have the appropriate permits that they will be able to obtain at their place of residence or place of business. What is new, obligatory registration of drones has been introduced, therefore each machine will have to have its individual marking, which will allow the identification of the owner and will enable finding a specific drone. The regulations have been constructed based on risk analysis. The more risky the operation, the higher the requirements for the device will be.