What does 2021 have in store for us? Here are a few topics that are guaranteed to keep us busy next year.
EASA (European Union Aviation Safety Agency) published another document for the implementation of the new regulation of companies on Dec. 17. EASA thus provides an important missing piece of the puzzle mid-December, just less than two weeks before the new [ ... ]
In the last update on the EU Drone Regulation, we deal with the obligatory registration for drone operators/ remote pilots. We also provide a summary of the most important dates and deadlines!
Today on the blog: Everything you need to know about "drone licenses" coming in 2021.
The coming weeks will be interesting for drone owners, operators, and pilots. On January 1, 2021, the new EU drone regulation will come into force. It is intended to ensure uniformity throughout the EU. The entry into force of [ ... ]
On New Year's Day, the new EU drone regulation will come into force. Today we explain what the operating categories are.
FlyNex will co-host the topic "Urban Air Mobility" as a partner of the ITS World Congress next year. The topic UAM will be given its own area in Hamburg for the first time and will also stand out due to its current innovations. Companies, researchers, and experts can now submit their proposals for lectures, sessions, and presentations at the ITS as part of the official Call for Contributions.
In mid-August 2020, the distribution network operator Netze BW in Baden-Wuerttemberg carried out further test flights using a drone for line inspection. Where previously helicopters flew twice a year, a drone might do all the work in the future.
Part 1 deals with UAV class identifications. After the new EU UAV regulation has come into force, all UAVs will be divided into classes. Find out more about this here.
Autumn is here. For many, this means that the drone is no longer in the air. But homeowners and managers pay attention: Right now, an inspection flight is particularly worthwhile!