This document, RPAS Concept of Operations (CONOPS), describes the operations of RPAS in European Airspace that can meet the requirements set per airspace classification including Very Low Level (VLL) operations. The CONOPS is presented from an air traffic management (ATM) perspective and is fully complemental to the EASA CONOPS.
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Drones, according to the last regulatory proposal published by EASA (NPA-A, 2017) and ratified in the Official Opinion published this year by this European Entity, are also suitable for testing to intent the CE Mark, as a mandatory requirement in a similar manner to other industries and sectors. In an early stage, this CE Mark is proposed for vehicles and related systems (on ground and on board), under the open category, according the official operational categorization, but is reasonable to consider that this scope will be extended to the specific and certified category (for obvious reasons).
Alter Technology as a quality driven provider of engineering and test services within the drones market, has created comprehensive services. Guaranteeing your drones system and equipment reliability according to this new regulatory framework for Drone Systems.
Flight permissions normally involves the elaboration and presentation of different documents according to national regulations. This documentation must be carefully verified to avoid a possible re-working in the elaboration of the technical dossier. In addition, a risk assessment methodology is necessary to analyse the operational environment. At this point, Alter Technology is at the forefront concerning the development of different solutions for the related new challenges. Proposing SORA methodology as the applicable method for the specific category operations.