EU regulations 2019/947 and 2019/945 provide a framework for the safe operation of drones in European airspace (EU and EAS Member States). They take a risk-based approach and therefore do not distinguish between recreational or commercial activities. They take into account the weight and specifications of the drone and the operation it is supposed to perform. The “open” category is for operations of the lower risk class for which safety is ensured, provided that the drone operator meets the requirements for its planned operation. This category is divided into three other subcategory, such as A1, A2 and A3. Operational risks in the “open” category are considered low and do not require authorization prior to the start of a flight. You also need to make sure you have the necessary insurance for your drone. We recommend that you check the insurance obligation with your NAA. For more information, visit the FAQ. Your second step is to make sure that as a drone or remote pilot operator, you know the rules and risks associated with the operation. The drone operator is the registered person responsible for the operation. The remote pilot is the person who controls the drone. A drone operator may also be a remote pilot or may employ one or more remote pilots.
The remote pilot must have the appropriate training for the operation to be performed. For more information, visit the FAQ. 5.4. All insurance, guarantees and/or conditions and/or obligations that are not expressly specified in this Agreement (whether legal, behavioural and legal) are excluded to the extent permitted by law. 4.2.2 The services provided by the supplier to the customer under this agreement are aimed at: “The ability to fill the national UAS gap with competitive U.S.-made drone products and support the 100% U.S. supply chain is a must – we are very proud of this performance,” said Retired General Brooks Bash, Strategic Advisor at Aquiline Drones. What began as a loose conversation between our companies quickly turned into a close collaboration of synergies to meet the needs of an extremely underserved market around the world, and especially in the United States. In the “certified” category, the safety risk is such that certification of the drone operator and aircraft is required to ensure the safety and certification of the remote pilots.