It wants the EU to have a database aimed first at businesses and then individuals who own drones.
The committee wants drones to include software to prevent drones from certain areas using GPS coordinates to prevent them from flying near airports and the like.
But at the same time the committee doesn’t want drones to be over regulated, particularly as the industry will be responsible for over 150,000 jobs by the middle of the century.
There are already rules about flying drones in the UK. The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) rules that drones can’t be flown above 400 feet, and should be flown at least 164 feet away from vehicles, buildings and people. It’s also a rule that they can’t be used within 492 feet of a places where there are lots of people, such as a concert.
The committee also recommends that drone flights should be traceable.