Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) are a growing part of the aviation world and now, more than ever, regulation is needed in order to integrate the manned and unmanned aircraft in the national airspace systems around the globe safely and efficiently.
Our team of experts, made of Airspace specialists, Airport Planners’, Air Traffic Controllers, UAS pilots and ATM specialists are at the forefront of UAS integration, providing consultation services for every aspect of UAS Airspace Integration to airspace stakeholders such as Civil Aviation Authorities, ANSP's and UAS manufacturers.
From identifying the safety hazards that may be associated with UAS to developing SMS concepts, Aerial Infrastructure and Air Traffic Services procedures that allow the safe operation of Unmanned Aircraft within the airspace.
Services include management and technical consultation, UAS Airfield/Test site certification, UAS Personal Licensing and UAS Airworthiness.
We provide a full package of field-tested solutions, adapted to local regulation and airspace characteristics, from segregated airspace operation to separation-based operation in a controlled airspace. Our team of experts have the experience and know how required to create the regulatory framework and operational procedures that will allow a safe and efficient integration of UAS into your airspace.
Our team has experience from all levels of Unmanned Ariel Systems (UAS) integration including:
Below are some of the airports our team has be involved with for development, design and integration for UAS operations.
A good example of UAS Integration in an Airport would be Rosh Pina –Airport (LLIB), a domestic Airport operated by Israel's Airport Authority, which provides primarily domestic flights, both General Aviation and commercial passengers flights by regional airliners such as DASH6, DASH7, ATR42 etc. The Airport is also hosts glider and a skydiving centers.
The Airport is the base of operations for a local UAS manufacturer, operating unmanned platforms that weight up to 1,000 Kg, within the aerodrome CTR and above it – in designated Heavy UAS Areas.
The Airport procedures, published in domestic AIP, include the necessary UAS integration procedures – separation from IFR and VFR flights operating in the CTR, Air Traffic Services procedures and so on.
An example of UAS integration in civilian domestic airfield would be Megiddo (LLMG), used by local UAS manufacturer as a base for a 400Kg+ unmanned platform, executing several sorties every day, most week days.
The airfield is used simultaneously by various General Aviation users, both private and commercial: a piloting school is operating from the airfield, for GA aircraft as well as LSA. The airfield is also the center of commercial Agricultural flights and Firefighting flights, and is an active glider center.
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