Madtid, June 3rd, 2020
SENASA has leaned on technology to maintain the training quality of its courses on unmanned aircraft (RPAS). An example of this will be the next edition of its course "U-Space: European Airspace for Drones", which will be taught in webinar format between June 29 and July 2.
U-space is a set of new services and specific procedures designed to support safe, efficient and secure access to airspace for large numbers of drones. These services rely on a high level of digitalization and automation of functions, whether they are on board the drone itself, or are part of the ground-based environment.
The objective of this course is to identify the problem and to know how the integration of RPAS operations in the European airspace and its airports is being addressed. This course pays special attention to the impact that this integration will have on the future of European aviation and the technological changes that will make it possible.
This course joins the SENASA training catalog on drones with others more directly related to the operation of these aircraft, such as the “Basic and Advanced B-Learning Theoretical Course for Drones-RPAS Pilots”, the “Radio-Telephony Operator Training for RPAS” and the “Specific Practical Course for Drone Pilots”, available for fixed-wing and multi-rotor drones.