Rules for unmanned aircraft systems

Emerging regulatory landscape for unmanned aircraft systems



What are the EASA’s proposal for common rules for UAS

Proposed requirements in the EU are likely to have a global impact. This webinar provides an overview of the current state of global regulations for unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) and offers a detailed look at the EASA’s proposal for common rules for UAS.

Key topics covered:

  • When does a product falls under the toy directive?

  • Information on the recent and anticipated growth of their use, and illustrates the various safety challenges emerging from that growth.

  • Steps  on the specifics of the EASA’s proposal.

  • Impact of future regulations on manufacturers of UAS.

About the speakers

Rober Ziegler

Rober Ziegler
Senior Product Specialist, TÜV SÜD

Robert Ziegler specialises in the safety of toys and other childcare articles. He holds a degree in precision engineering/medical technology from the Fachhochschule München (Munich University of Applied Sciences). Mr Ziegler can be reached at [email protected].


Asli Solmaz-Kaiser
Vice President, Global Head of ENE (Electrical and Electronics), TÜV SÜD

Prior to joining TÜV SÜD in 2014, Asli Solmaz-Kaiser served in various senior business development positions in the TIC industry. She holds a BA degree in Business Administration from Istanbul University and an MBA degree from the University of Mannheim.

Ms Solmaz-Kaiser can be reached at [email protected].

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