RPAS (Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems) are capable of carrying out practically all air navigation activities with the exception of commercial transport or general aviation. New technological developments are constantly increasing the autonomy and the payloads of the different systems, while market prices are becoming more affordable. This invariably leads to the exponential growth of activity and consequently the need for regulation by governmental authorities. Such regulations, while indispensable, constitute a barrier that is difficult for many users to overcome, particularly those not accustomed to the aeronautical business.

Within this context, the SERPA project led by SAERCO pursues the following basic objectives:

  1. To make users aware of the requirements imposed by the local regulations in the country where the operations take place by automatically generating the required safety evaluations and reports.
  2. To determine the risk of the operation to be performed and mitigate that risk using different barriers and measures so that the flight can take place under the best possible safety conditions for the operator and the surrounding environment.
  3. To enable the supervisor and the user to verify the actual flight parameters compared to what was initially planned or requestedo.
  4. To analyse the statistics of the operations, aircraft, pilot, manufacturer, flight zone, etc.
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