Regulations for civil use of Unamnned Aircrafts Systems (UAS)/Drones are being developed and implemented at an accelerated pace by ICAO, JARUS, European Union and EASA.
The European approach is:
The course will focus on what operators need to know to legally and safely fly drones for non-military purposes, including limitations in the “open” (A) category of UAS operations, operational risk assessment in “specific” (B) category and RPAS operator certificate in “certified” (C) category. Only the latter is standardised by ICAO when flying internationally.
11 lectures of about 50 minutes, plus 3 group exercises, plus 1 hour for final examination: distributed over 2 consecutive days.
The 11 lectures comprise of:
After completing the course:
Note: This course is relevant for participants from ECAC countries. Click here to see whether your country is an ECAC Member State.
Aviation professionals feeling the need to receive essential information on the operations of non-military drones, to:
The target group includes:
2 days, starting at 09:00 and ending at approximately 17:00 each day