Regulation of the pilot drone Cepadues
The model includes all the disciplines which have the aim of flying a aéromodèle, a real flying machine as a reduction. This aéromodèle may take the form of a plane, a glider, a helicopter, a hot air balloon, for the types of machines the most common... But it can also be the fruit of the imagination... or to be the replica of a flying machine existing or having existed. One speaks in this case of flying model.
The drone is a aéromodèle remote-controlled, that is to say, without a pilot on board. It carries a payload that allows it to perform missions as diverse as surveillance, intelligence, mapping, transport, video. It is then that the aéromodèle (leisure) takes the name of the drone (pro).
For over twenty years now, the drones have been developed and used in France in a military setting, for missions of surveillance and intelligence. The technology of drones has been adapted from a few years in the civilian sector.
The use anarchic in the civil sector drones need a regulatory developments of this type of aircraft beyond the playful use of aéromodèles in the historical framework of the model.
This booklet will allow you to know the legal framework of the use of your drone.
Table of contents:
CHAPTER I. Definitions
Chapter II. The machine
CHAPTER III. Model airplanes : model planes and drones leisure
CHAPTER IV. The driver
Chapter V. Use of the airspace
CHAPTER VI. Flight Conditions
Chapter VII. Specific activities
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