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Aircraft Certification. Major Discussion Points. Unmanned aircraft/UAV systems EASA discussed its Advanced NPA consultation; including its rationale for not addressing “sense and avoid” as part of a possible future certification standard and the response from a wide-range of organizations

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Aircraft Certification


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Major Discussion Points

  • Unmanned aircraft/UAV systems

    • EASA discussed its Advanced NPA consultation; including its rationale for not addressing “sense and avoid” as part of a possible future certification standard and the response from a wide-range of organizations

    • FAA addressed the challenge of incorporating these systems safely into the National Airspace System in the United States

  • Alternative Methods for Approval: Case Study on Child Restraints

    • AMSAFE outlined its experience with certifying a child restraint device without an applicable TSO

    • Certification was based on 14CFR 21.305

    • Example of how industry and government can partner to “think outside the box”


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Reaction from the Floor

UAS

  • Will there be a joint military/civil certification for UAS?

  • Differences in weight limitations in U.S and Europe

    • EASA and NAAs will share responsibility based on weight of the UAS

  • Timeframe issue

    Child Restraints

  • Benefits of this system are evident—needs regulators’ speedy unencumbered approval.

  • Discussed general rulemaking challenges around child restraints.

  • Future models of industry operations will require “nimble” regulatory approaches.


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Outcomes/Additional Ideas

  • Both EASA and FAA view UAVs as SYSTEMS and agree that a comprehensive roadmap to the future is needed.

  • Authorities need to be open to creative solutions to the certification of new technology/innovations that make sense for safety.

  • Next year consider highlighting:

    • Industry’s vision for 2016 and what is expected of the authorities

    • EASA’s concepts for future general aviation certification

    • Continue the sharing of best practices/creative approaches


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