The drone market is still emerging. The market is regulated and the framework is rapidly evolving. Numerous technical solutions are available on the market, it is essential to appraise their performance.
Drones are part of the digital transformation
End-user centric upstream studies and use cases business model:
Identify use cases with most benefits in terms of value creation for client and its end-users. Assess feasibility in terms of regulation, technologies and business model.
Understand the state-of-the-art through focused, in-depth and critical assessment of activities in the client’s industry.
End-to-end project architecture. Support selection and validation of technologies, suppliers, and partners meeting use cases specifications. The Drone Office is agnostic and can offer insight into best-in-class and proven solutions, whether offered by large international companies or start-ups.
Solid foundation knowledge targeted at management teams within the client’s organisation and/or its external stakeholders. The target audience is not the remote pilot seeking a professional qualification. The Masterclasses are dedicated to managerial teams with a view to facilitate acceptance in the organisation and effective decision-making.
industries where drones are at work
Honored to contribute to The Science and Technology Committee inquiry on the ethical and safety implications of the growing use of civilian drones, of all sizes, across the UK due April 12, 2019
As a member of ARPAS-UK, The Drone Office contributed to a hopefully fair and balanced response to the Science and Technology Committee inquiry on the ethical and safety implications of the growing use of civilian drones, of all sizes, across the UK. The Committee focused on the following 8 questions: Q1: The ethical implications of […]
The World Humanitarian Forum, on April 17/18th at Excel London, brings together prominent leaders from the public and private sectors, as well as international thought-leaders and pioneers. It’s a unique and essential opportunity to engage in inspirational, thought-provoking, and future-focused dialogues that aim to shape the future of humanitarian aid and international development, and ultimately […]
First thank you to the Transport Systems Catapult, now the Connected Places Catapult, for gathering the community, offering regulatory and funding updates by a panel of high level speakers, as well as networking opportunities. Anne-Lise represented ARPAS-UK at the event. Our key takeaways: REGULATORY: Following the Gatwick incidents last December, the regulatory activities in the […]
On 28 February 2019 the EASA Committee has given its positive vote tothe European Commission’s proposal for an Implementing Act regulating theoperations of Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) in the open and specificcategories.The Implementing Regulation (rules) is expected to be published in early summer2019 and will become applicable 12 months later (June 2020). The Delegated act […]