Since the entry into force of the EU Drone Regulation, the volume of UAS operations in Luxembourg has been constantly rising.
Among the various challenges, the “SPECIFIC” category raises numerous questions with regard to the legal background and national specificities. Furthermore, the multiple rules and procedures which need to be mastered by professional operators warrant a deeper analysis and discussion.
As part of the continuous improvement of its services, the Direction de l’Aviation Civile (DAC) is pleased to host its 1st UAS Professional Forum. The purpose of this Forum is to promote an efficient communication between the professional operators of Luxembourg and DAC on the various regulatory aspects as well as to address eventual needs and expectations.
Purpose of the Forum
This online Forum aims to cover the following topics in the “SPECIFIC” category:
- Legal operational framework defined by the EU Regulation
- Presentation and discussion on typical activities (e.g. urban operations with heavy UAS, spraying, etc.)
- Lessons learned from authorizations already delivered
- Future developments
In order to ensure a successful webinar, the input and active participation of each participant are key factors. Participants are therefore invited to submit all questions, comments and other topics or data of interest regarding the “SPECIFIC” category to the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org by 15 November 2021 COB.
We will provide our best effort to answer as many questions as possible during the Forum.
Attendance is free of charge. Registration is however required.
To register, please send an email with the subject title “Participants to the UAS Professional Forum December 16th, 2021” to email@example.com containing the participants’ names and email address before 15 November 2021.
The webinar will be held via the “Webex” tool (more information on the tool available on https://www.webex.com/en/index.html). Registered participants will receive an email containing the link to connect to the Webinar by beginning of December.
Considering that the English language is the only language used in the relevant documentation, the presentation will be held in English. However, preliminary questions and other input from participants are welcome in Luxembourgish, German or French.
More information available in the information sheet below: