Covid-19 also led to inevitable shifts in the application of the European regulation (EASA) on drones, whose adoption date was set for 1st July 2020. Here the new updated timeline (road map).
APR pilot, SAPR Operator and Client: three figures, with specific roles and responsibilities, which often generate confusion. But who are these professionals and how are they linked to each other, and above all, what if two professional figures converge on one person?
Summer is the best time to fly with the drone as a hobby, take photos and take aerial shots and selfies. However, by regulation, there are areas after which you cannot use the drone. One of them is the beach. Let’s see where this air rule comes from.
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The Drone Operation Area is a function of the d-flight portal that allows you to enter your flight missions and to check if there are other remotely piloted aircraft in the vicinity. This guide, in addition to explaining how to use it, also provides some simple tricks for more immediate use.
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The d-flight portal has made two important changes. One concerns the new registration method of the drone and the other the release of a new function the Drone Operation Area for mission awareness.
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On 12th May 2020, the Implementing Regulation (EU) 2020/639 was published in the European Official Journal, which amended the Implementation Regulation (EU) 2019/947 in some places, also introducing the standard scenarios STS-01 and STS-02.
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EASA has defined the rules for the flight of European level drones. Due to the fact that the European legislation that will come into force on July 1, it is good to understand the principles that will govern the flight of UAS (Unmanned Aircraft Systems) drones.