Drone Regulations & Updates Live Webinar with ARPAS - COPTRZ

In this 90-minute webinar, you can hear about the new drone regulations introduced at the end of 2020, and what else is coming. This session will provide the drone community with a comprehensive update on the significant changes in regulations that apply to their operations.

The focus will be the commercial sector, although, from a regulations point of view, the current distinction between commercial and recreational use of drones is no longer so relevant.

The details of the changes will be provided by Gerry Corbett of the UK CAA, who will also be available to answer your questions live.

Further updates will be given by ARPAS-UK.

We thank Coptrz for their generous support in hosting this session for us.

Elena Major, ARPAS-UK

ARPAS-UK is the only industry trade association and professional body focused on the UK drone community. Founded in 2013, ARPAS, supports members from start-up businesses to larger established operations, operators, manufacturers, software, and service companies through the promotion of innovation and best practice.

ARPAS works in the public interest and advocates professionalism within its membership through compliance with an agreed Code of Conduct and the holding of appropriate permissions. The Association takes progressive stances on national issues to embed the drone profession in all end-user industries, to enable it to continue to grow in reputation and influence.

Gerry Corbett, Directorate of Airspace Policy at Civil Aviation Authority

The CAA is the UK’s aviation regulator. They are an essential part of drone operating and ensure the aviation industry as a whole meets the highest safety standards, the environmental impact of aviation on local communities is effectively managed, and that consumers are protected and treated fairly when they fly.

The CAA provide permission for operators looking to use drones commercially and as a hobby as well as providing advice to the general public and industry on how to fly drones safely and reduce any risk to aviation.