TRAINRO/2-PPT/4. Unmanned Aircraft Systems / Remotely-piloted Aircraft. Leslie Cary Technical Officer, ATM Second Training Course of Regional Officers (AGA, AIM, CNS and MET Regional Officers) (Montreal, 25 October — 5 November 2010). Overview. Background on UASSG ICAO function re UAS
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Technical Officer, ATM
Second Training Course of Regional Officers
(AGA, AIM, CNS and MET Regional Officers)
(Montreal, 25 October — 5 November 2010)
No aircraft capable of being flown without a pilot shall be flown without a pilot over the territory of a contracting State without special authorization by that State and in accordance with the terms of such authorization. Each contracting State undertakes to insure that the flight of such aircraft without a pilot in regions open to civil aircraft shall be so controlled as to obviate danger to civil aircraft.
(analogous to CPDLC handover between ATC facilities)
The Assembly resolves that:
2. pending the coming into force of international Standards respecting particular categories, classes or types of aircraft or classes of airmen, certificates and licences issued or rendered valid, under national regulations, by the Contracting State in which the aircraft is registered shall be recognized by other Contracting States for the purpose of flight over their territories, including landings and take-offs.
Unmanned aircraft system - UAS (umbrella term)
Remotely-piloted aircraft - RPA
Remote pilot station
Remotely-piloted aircraft system - RPAS (RPA+[rps]+C2)
UAS operator certificate - UOC (AOC comp.)
Detect and avoid