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Attention Drone Users:
|29 / 4 / 2019|
PRESS RELEASE No. 2019/32
JARUS External Consultation for “JARUS recommendation UAS RPC CAT A and CAT B" is now open!
Submit your comments online.
JARUS is pleased to announce the launch of the External Consultation for the
"JARUS Recommendation for Remote Pilot Competency (RPC)
for UAS operations in Category A (OPEN) and Category B (SPECIFIC)”.
The purpose of this deliverable is to define a framework that can be used by any competent national aviation authority (NAA) for UAS remote pilot competence (RPC) operating in either Category A (alias ‘OPEN’) or Category B (alias ‘SPECIFIC’).
The recommendations in this document represents the culmination of best practices and procedures used in prior UAS approvals, existing regulations, as well as input from JARUS Working Group 1 (Flight Crew Licensing) expert members.
For theoretical knowledge training a core list of basic theoretical knowledge subjects is developed, which any remote pilot operating in any class of airspace should possess.
This basic core is describes in Part A fro Category A which outlines specific areas of theoretical knowledge which should be assessed by examination.
In Part B for Category B an enhanced core set of theoretical knowledge (on top of the basic theoretical knowledge of Category A) is developed with additional mission-specific competencies that would act as endorsements on a certificate of competence issued by a competent authority, recognized entity, or otherwise documented by an UAS operator.
We invite all JARUS stakeholders to provide comments on the new proposed JARUS deliverable.
JARUS Working Group 1 has developed the new JARUS recommendation with the contribution of experts from several JARUS Member States.
The External Consultation will be open until 30 June 2019 at https://ost.eurocontrol.int/sites/rpas/ext_consultations/SitePages/Home.aspx
Please note you must register on “One Sky Team” to access the documents and submit your comments.
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Please feel free to forward this message to anyone who would like to contribute to the development of JARUS deliverables.
|JARUS is a group of experts from 59 National Aviation Authorities (NAAs) and regional aviation safety organizations, as well as EASA and EUROCONTROL.|
JARUS aims to recommend a single set of technical, safety and operational requirements for the certification and the safe integration of Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) in airspace and at aerodrome. Seven Working Groups provide guidance material and recommendations to facilitate national aviation authorities to develop their own requirements and avoid unnecessary duplication of effort.
For further information:
JARUS Secretariat Website: http://jarus-rpas.org/ E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Small Unmanned Aircraft and Rockets Order applies to the majority of model aircraft/drones used in Ireland.