No, not at the moment, generally speaking.

Not before unmanned systems technology reaches acceptable levels of reliability, and before standards to ensure an acceptable level of safety for air traffic, people and property on land and the environment are available and practically implemented.

It is necessary to maintain certain minimum distances from non-participating persons.

An exception may be persons directly involved in the operations of an unmanned aircraft (actors, for example) provided that two basic conditions are met:

(a) Appropriate measures have been taken to prevent putting the persons in danger; and

(b) An agreement has been made between the involved pilots and those persons. In the operator’s own interest, this agreement should be in writing in case of a retrospective inquiry. Nevertheless, this agreement does not relieve the operator and the pilot of the liability for the incurred damage.