Unmanned Aircraft Systems and UAS technologies are rapidly evolving, calling for the definition of specific requirements and standards to assure a safe and efficient adoption by users. The main drivers of UAS Regulations are ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization), JARUS (Joint Authorities for Rulemaking on Unmanned Systems), FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) and the European institutions, like EASA.
Course on Drone Regulation
Delivering a broad understanding of UAS regulations, and evolving standards.
Into the UAS regulatory framework
The Drone Regulation course designed by Deep Blue aims at providing a broad knowledge of the UAS regulatory framework, including evolving standards, requirements, and rules at the international level, with focus on the rules applicable in Europe both at common and national levels. It is addressed not only to UAS operators, but also to manufacturers from the UAS industry, air navigation service providers and staff of aviation authorities.
At the end of the course, participants will
- have a complete overview of the aviation regulatory framework and emerging standards at the international and European levels.
- be able to indicate the rules applicable in Europe both at common and national levels.
- understand the safety-related aspects of operations involving non-military UAS (in particular, safety issues and safety assessment methodologies).
Main Topics and Structure
The course includes theoretical modules and practical exercises aimed at familiarizing participants with the UAS rules.
- Concept of operations (conops)
- EASA Regulation
- operations’ categories
- standard scenarios
- emerging industry standards
The recommended duration is 3 days. It can also be held in English or Italian and modules can be scheduled consecutively, or as stand-alone modules on non-consecutive days.
The course is delivered in partnership with EuroUSC Italia (Drone courses for operators and companies – EuroUSC Italia)
All Deep Blue courses are taught by senior trainers with proven experience.
Privileged Training Partner of:
- European Space Agency – European Astronaut Centre (ESA-EAC)
- EUROCONTROL, the Aviation Learning Centre (ALC) and Maastricht Upper Area Control Centre (MUAC)
- the International Air Transport Association (IATA)
- the Italian ANSP (ENAV) and the Italian Professional Association of Air Traffic Controllers
- Corpo dei Vigili del Fuoco Italiano