SESAR AiRMOUR project publishes recommendations for medical drones in manned airspace

SESAR research project AiRMOUR has published deliverable 3.6, ‘The impact of Emergency Medical Services (EMS) scenarios on aviation and future regulations’. The publication captures the legal framework and related guidelines for the EMS scenarios. Task 3.6 summarizes the work from the other tasks in WP3, other research in AiRMOUR and results from validation simulations and live demonstrations to provide:

(i) Risk assessment and Operation Safety Objectives in the Specific and Certified drone operation categories, which should also be relevant for state aviation under national jurisdiction.

(ii) Risk assessment and results from the work on eVTOL EMS air ambulance for standardisation and regulation development

Deliverable 3.6 captures the EMS scenarios’ impact on aviation and future UAM regulations. In addition, recommendations related to noise and visual pollution from Work Package 4 have been added, as they impact the mitigation of air- and ground risk.

The deliverable makes recommendations for the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA); the European Commission; for Cities and Regions; for National Authorities; and for the Drone industry.

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