PANSA publishes ‘Implementation of U-space Regulation’ guide that draws on experience

The Polish Air Navigation Services Agency (PANSA) has published a guide to the implementation of U-space regulation to present “possible solutions to emerging problems and help to make the advanced drone ecosystem even better and more efficient,” says the head of PANSA’s UTM Projects Department, Rafal Paprocki. The guide has been complied by PANSA experts and includes problems and possible solutions. Solving these will help to deliver safe, efficient and secure access to airspace for large numbers of drones.

The guide lists ‘must haves’ including:

  • CISP as a flight plan repository
  • CISP as a tracking data repository
  • Crossing of the flight plans
  • Time of information about airspace restrictions

‘Nice-to-have’ includes:

  • DAR automation
  • Modification of flight plan by USSP
  • Process of designation of U-space

PANSA has taken a step by step approach to the introduction of U-space, and sets out the following guidance:

U-space is so advanced concept, that must be introduced with caution and maintaining the highest safety standards. In Poland designation of U-space follows development stages:

  • Tests in dedicated testing site
  • Tests in destination
  • Decision of the CAA
  • Constant supervision.

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