ARPAS says “not much will change” as it obtains EASA regulations update

ARPAS has obtained an update from the CAA on what will change when the new EASA regulations come into play. It comes after James Dunthorne, standards director at the trade body, received a question from an ARPAS member. The organisation released how based on some comments received, Dunthorne spoke to the CAA and received an official update from them. ARPAS confirmed that the CAA will be updating CAP1789 soon to provide further clarification on the following matters: 1) The UK aren't planning to follow EASA's standard scenarios. They will instead follow the pre-defined risk assessments (PDRA’s) route. These are essentially
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FAA issues proposed rule on Remote ID for drones

The Federal Aviation Administration has proposed rule that would continue the safe integration of drones into the nation’s airspace by requiring them to be identifiable remotely. The FAA is seeking input on the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) for Remote Identification (Remote ID) of UAS that was published in the Federal Register. It is accompanied by comment period that closes March 2, 2020, to receive public feedback and help the FAA develop a final rule to enhance safety in the skies over the U.S. Transportation Secretary, Elaine Chao, said: “Remote ID technologies will enhance safety and security by allowing the
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