Rome, June 16, 2020 - Meet Drone Operation Area, the new experimental base service by d-flight aimed at facilitating the planning of missions, allowing operators to have an updated situation awareness , always.
Through Drone Operation Area the operator can, in an optional and anonymous way, make his mission visible to all users by drawing, saving and activating the area in which he intends to carry out his VLOS OPEN mission, and also create new ones after saving or having canceled what previously set. This allows to quickly and accurately check compatibility between a VLOS flight area and the constraints of ATM09, the circular regulating flight operations of drones near airports and inside traffic areas airport, thus ensuring the correct planning of each mission.
Drone Operation Area therefore has a double meaning: in addition to allowing you to draw and save your mission with certainty, it is also able to make available to all logged users the panorama on the map of all missions in progress, so as to improve the picture of the traffic situation and ensure useful information for an easy stay on the d-flight portal, with the guarantee of a complete and safe view of the areas where you will operate.
To access Drone Operation Area , you must be an operator with an active QR code and a drone in a "ready to fly" status.
To facilitate the use of the Drone Operation Area, a video tutorial has been created, explaining in detail all of the useful steps for a correct and efficient use of the service. You can find the video on the useful links of the d-flight website.
Cristiano Baldoni , the d-flight services declares: Today is a particularly important day for all those who intend to use remotely piloted vehicles in complete safety. The Drone Operation Area is the first release that aims to progressively increase the knowledge and overall knowledge of the entire airspace, , which can be shared by all users. The visibility of remotely piloted vehicles is an essential prerequisite for enabling more complex operations, such as the BVLOS flight or the autonomous flight, in routine form and hopefully without the need to establish protected airspace reserves. For such reasons – Baldoni continues – the use Drone Operation Area represents a further step towards safety levels already guaranteed by the application of current regulations, and the common sense of citizens and professionals who use drones.