Aerial Exposure – Operating Safety Case

Today Aerial Exposure receives approval of their OSC (Operating Safety Case)

When standard permissions do not allow you to operate in the areas required by clients such as larger drones in congested areas or closer distances to people not under your control. An OSC is required to carry out these operations.

Obtaining an OSC is a long process that requires the demonstration of your companies ability to perform the desired tasks safely without extra risk to person, property or other air users.

Our new permissions allow us the following

  • Operating up to 20Kg UAS in a congested area
  • 20m distance from persons not under our control
  • Fly at a height of 600ft AGL
  • Both day and night

 

 

By | 2017-09-02T11:51:51+00:00 May 9th, 2017|Blog|0 Comments

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