Certiflight is a European project which aims to offer a new U-space service for the legal certification of tracks generated by drones and aircraft flights.
For the project to run smoothly and be useful to all stakeholders, the partners involved have drafted several public deliverables that are available to the Community. Among them is D2.3, entitled U-space regulation compliance and standards, which summarises the U-space regulation and the key standards that affect the Certiflight concept. Moreover, it describes the preliminary aspects related to implementing the service and the development of the UTM box.
The aim of the Certiflight document is to analyse the regulatory aspects related to Certiflight service, regarding the actual EU U-space regulations 2021/664, 2021/665, 2021/666, EU UAS regulations 2019/945, 2019/947 and UAS/U-space standards.
The document includes a general overview of the U-space concept and its related services, provides some guidelines and recommendations for the design of the EGNSS/IoT UTM BOX and the development of Certiflight service, lastly shows the UAS operations category for each of the use cases identified by the Project up to finish with an assessment in terms of legal validity of the added value offered by the Certiflight service.
Certiflight has identified 10 uses to test the Certiflight concept:
Use case 1: Highly automated drone operations
Use case 2: Last mile delivery
Use case 3: Airspace infringement/E-conspicuity
Use case 4: Agricultural applications
Use case 5: Industrial applications
Use case 6: Port surveillance
Use case 7: Platform interoperability
Use case 8: Fisheries
Use case 9: Airport runway inspection
Use case 10: Traffic accident investigation.
The full text of the deliverable is available here: https://certiflight.info/documents/deliverables/
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