UAV DACH – unmanned aviation association has released details of this year's EUROPEAN DRONE FORUM (#EDF22). The 5. international Conference of drone is provided with the Moto
Paving the way for professional UAS operations
an will be hosted in cooperation with EASA and the German Federal Ministry of Digital and Infrastructure. The complete and updated schedule can be found under PROGRAM.
Day one of EUROPEAN DRONE FORUM
The first day will feature industry feedback on how the Delegated Regulation (EU) 2019/947 has been implemented in Europe.
What has gone well?
Where is there room for improvement?
have been the guiding questions. Operators and experts will report on challenges in applying for an authorization and operating unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) under these conditions. A panel discussion will give the audience an opportunity to interact with the speakers and share knowledge and ideas for addressing the challenges.
EASA announced it will provide insights into the upcoming version of the Specific Operational Risk Assessment (SORA) 2.5 and how the professional unmanned aviation field will evolve.
From the industry, benchmark technologies for extending the range of drones and operating multiple drones from a remote control center will be on stage.
Day two of EUROPEAN DRONE FORUM
The second day will focus on the implementation of airspace and drone services. Research results from universities will be reported on how U-space can be used in the future and how public acceptance can be achieved. In addition, the experiences of an ongoing U-space concept of NAA Switzerland – FOCA will be presented.
Finally the concepts how to include drones in an urban environment with micro airports, the first test results of bringing AirTaxis in the airspace from Korea, and the concept of France, how to limit the risk of mid air collision close the #EDF22.
The program will be surrounded with a small expo area and lots of time to discuss and exchange knowledge. Beside the drone team of EASA, over 40 representatives of the national authorities have registers with UAV DACH, that expects 150 participants. For all who cannot attend, a online stream will be available.