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Dsl Reglementation Aerocivile Deltadrone

Safety & Legal Drone is a service specialising in regulatory compliance and public safety adapted to the professional civil drone sector.


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Safety & Legal Drone is a service specialising in regulatory compliance and public safety adapted to the professional civil drone sector.

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The outdoor use of UAV systems is regarded as aviation activity. Therefore, it falls within the regulatory framework of aeronautic activities.

DSL is involved in all administrative procedures and arrangements for implementing regulatory obligations.

  • Basic File Services (MAP and CERFA) that identify drones and operator pilots.
  • Pre-approvals of flights to secure the site to fly over

DSL carries out an analysis of the environment and the regulatory constraints of the site for a recommendation on the public safety rules to be respected.

Any project can be carried out with confidence and in accordance with the law and regulations in effect.

The resolution of complex cases:

In this case, a variable set of documents is to be prepared and submitted to the authorities for authorisation to fly, including protocols signed with the protected areas.

  • Proximity to an airport area
  • Populated and/or event-hosting public areas
  • Sensitive sites
  • Prohibited areas
  • Etc.

At the same time, DSL is in charge of relations with the police and gendarmerie services to inform them of the project, in order to prevent any risk of incidents.

TRACEABILITY OF REGULATORY INFORMATION

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Each DSL user benefits from a secure and personalised area in which all the missions are classified and archived, thus allowing a perfect traceability in case of necessity.

This archiving also facilitates the constitution of the annual mission report (optional) provided for in the DGAC regulation of April 2012.

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