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From the 21st December, drone registration is mandatory in accordance with the Small Unmanned Aircraft (Drones) and Rockets Order S.I. 563 of 2015. All drones over 1kg must be registered. Click here for more information on drone registration.

For those who have already registered, drone registration decals will be issued by post shortly.

Attention Drone Users: Please read the guidance material provided by the Data Protection Commissioner concerning drone usage here.

Please see Office of Public Works National Monuments website concerning drone operations here.

The use of drones is becoming more and more prevalent in Ireland and prospective operators should be aware of their responsibilities to ensure safety. Drones and model aircraft are considered as unmanned aircraft which are remotely piloted/controlled. These are often used recreationally. Operators of such aircraft must familiarise themselves with the rules regarding these aircraft, to ensure they don’t endanger other airspace users or people.

The Small Unmanned Aircraft and Rockets Order applies to the majority of model aircraft/drones used in Ireland.

  

Drone Recall

 

Following a number of in-flight failures of the GoPro Karma sUAV, all units have been recalled and owners have been advised not to fly them.

 

Click here for details  https://gopro.com/2016karmareturn

 

 

Joint Authorities for Rulemaking on Unmanned Systems

JARUS External Consultation:

UAS Operational Categorization: Section 4 – Category B

JARUS is pleased to announce to the RPAS Community the start of the External Consultation on the JARUS Website for the following document:

•       UAS Operational Categorization: Section 4 – Category B (deadline 30 May 2017)

Interested parties are invited to send comments on Section 4. Only this part of the UAS Operational Categorization document is open for External Consultation.

http://jarus-rpas.org/external-consultations


 
Restrictions apply to where drones/model aircraft may be flown. They are often determined by the mass (weight) of the drone. This weight is the total weight of the aircraft as it commences its flight, less any fuel. See the Guidance Material for more detailed information.
   

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