We had the chance to sit down with EASA’s Drones Project Manager (Certified Category) Giuseppe Scannapieco, who told us about the shift from crewed to uncrewed aircraft at scale. He began by mentioning how the simple shift from taking the pilot from the air to the ground isn’t a substantial one, but you’re still missing an important element when it comes to the chain of safety. That’s why EASA is careful when it comes to how they enable these approaches and the regulatory frameworks that goes along with them.
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