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Sharing Your Views

The Department is committed to working closely with the community and industry as the use of emerging aviation technologies expands in Australia.

Public Consultation

There are no public submission processes currently open.
This website will be updated when formal opportunities for input are opened.

National Emerging Aviation Technologies Consultative Committee

The National Emerging Aviation Technologies Consultative Committee (the Committee) is the principal forum through which the department engages with the industry.

The Committee first met on 9 June 2021. Outcomes from this and later Committee meetings can be found here:

The Committee will continue to meet to ensure industry views are incorporated into future initiatives.

Contacting the Department

If you have any questions or feedback or would like further information regarding the NEAT policy, please contact us at drones@infrastructure.gov.au.

Safety concerns

CASA regulates airspace safety and the unsafe operation of emerging aviation technologies.

If someone has been seriously injured and is in need of emergency assistance—Dial 000 (Emergency services).

Is someone has been injured but is not in need of urgent assistance—Dial 131444 (Police attendance and switchboard).

If property has been damaged—Dial 131444 (Police attendance and switchboard).

If you wish to report unsafe operations of any unmanned aircraft, you should contact CASA.