Domain D05 Autonomous Flying

Contacts:
Domain Technical Coordinator: Fredrik Nordström, Airbus
Domain Secretariat: Josef Saurer, DIN
Executive Manager: Ariane Mazel, ASD-STAN

Focal Points:

GIFAS Marie-Noëlle Touzeau, BNAE
DIN e.V. Josef Saurer, DIN
AIAD TBD
TEDAE TBD
SOFF TBD
ADS Group Robert Garbett, Drone Major Group
EASA Friedhelm Runge, EASA
ASD TBD
AIRBUS S.A.S TBD

Domain Scope
The Domain / Working Group represents interests for the European standardization activities in the field of aircraft, which are entirely autonomously or remotely controlled.  This domain activity covers the open category of such systems as defined by the EASA Opinion 01/2018 issued in February 2018. It prepares ASD-STAN prEN standards, EN-standardization projects and comments as well as participates in other European and International projects.
The Working Group provides interested stakeholders the opportunity to actively work on standardization procedures, contribute their ideas and suggestions and take part in the information exchange between national experts.
Any experts interested in involvement in ASD-STAN Domain D05 and its working group are welcome to contact our Executive Manager Ms. .


Working Groups of D05

D05/WG08 UAS Unmanned Aircraft Systems

Chairman: Christophe Mazel, Fédération Professionelle du Drone Civil, France
Secretariat: Karim Benmeziane, BNAE, France

WG Scope
The Domain / Working Group represents interests for the European standardization activities in the field of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) including, but not limited to, classification, design, manufacture, operation (including maintenance) and safety management of UAS operations. The  WG focuses on the Open Category of UAVs as defined by EASA Opinion 01/2018 issued in February 2018. It prepares ASD-STAN prEN standards, EN-standardization projects and comments as well as participates in other European and International projects.
The Working Group provides interested stakeholders the opportunity to actively work on standardization procedures, contribute their ideas and suggestions and take part in the information exchange between national experts.