“We are very proud to receive this certification, which rewards 18 months of work in close collaboration with the services of the DGAC. Our system had to meet the requirements of civil aviation in terms of safety, reliability and quality…given its fully automated nature,” said Stphane Morelli, CEO of Azure Drones.
The Skeyetech system does not require a remote control and deploys automatically from a docking station when triggered to fly quest missions or pre-programmed routes, allowing the operator to be exempt from traditional remote pilot training.
“This approval, unpublished in Europe, represents a real turning point for the professional civil drone,” adds Jean-Marc Crpin, President of Azur Drones. “Azur Drones opens markets today hampered by the complexity of the deployment of standard drones. Unlike remote-controlled solutions, our drones are very simple to use, available 24 hours a day, accurate and reliable,” he said.