Pending the entry into force of the European regulation on drones, analysis of the current EANC regulation and the implications, for pilots and drones, in the transition from the current ENAC regulation to the EASA one.
D-flight maps should always provide complete and exhaustive information to drone pilots about the areas where it is possible to fly. In practice this is not the case as there are areas - such as National Parks - where in some it is forbidden to fly and in others it is allowed. How to behave?
A new section that highlights concrete examples of business finalized through the use of drones. ideas for those who think "out of the box" and also consider the drone as a tool for professional opportunities.
Unthinkable but true! A tourist visiting the Colosseum flew his drone which soon after take-off crashed, fortunately without causing damage to people and to the Colosseum artifacts.
Apps for drones are the human-machine interface that must always be kept up-to-date to manage the drone in the best possible way
The basic knowledge of the components of an APR is therefore a fundamental subject of the tests for the online license. This eBook therefore deals with the general aspects that must be known to every driver.
Flying with the drone respecting the law imposes obligations to be respected in terms of privacy, insurance of the drone for damage to third parties and rules relating to security.
Operating procedures play a fundamental role in the aeronautical field and also apply to drones. Description of the operational scenarios and relative limits for operating according to regulations.
Human performance limitations have direct implications for drone operation and flight. Knowledge of human limits is a fundamental matter for every drone pilot.
The limitation of airspace has direct implications for the operation of all aircraft, including drones. Knowledge of airspace limitation is a fundamental subject for any drone pilot.