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ASTRAEA estimates that broader use could be worth as much as $62 billion a year to the global aerospace industry by 2020.

Ruth Mallors, director of the UK aerospace Knowledge Transfer Network, said a report this year on the value of all the potential services drones could provide bumps that figure up to over $400 billion a year. Congress passed a bill in February requiring the Federal Aviation Administration to integrate unmanned aircraft systems into regulation by 2015.

Japanese composite engineering and manufacturing company GH craft's prototype of an UAV (unmanned air vehicle) is displayed at the Security and Safety Trade Expo at Tokyo Big Sight (Tokyo International Exhibition Centre) October 24, 2006.

REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao That’s the prediction from a UK research project backed by the government and top aerospace companies hoping for a windfall as many of the dull, dirty and dangerous jobs done by manned aircraft are replaced by drones.

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Legislators on both sides of the Atlantic are preparing the ground. The European Commission wants to do the same by 2018.

ASTRAEA plans flight tests over the North Sea later this year using a Gulfstream aircraft.

They were flown over the Fukushima nuclear power plant in Japan to check the damage and the British Antarctic Survey has put them to work checking ice and snow conditions.

“You’ll be able to do a lot of things you simply can’t do with manned aircraft,” said Lambert Dopping-Hepenstal, an engineering executive from BAE who is project director at the ASTRAEA program (Autonomous Systems Technology Related Airborne Evaluation & Assessment).

“There is a public perception that has to be understood and correctly informed,” said Elliott, arguing that the industry needs to demonstrate safety and address the question of who is accountable should there be an accident.