Updates in EASA prototype regulations

Updates in EASA prototype regulations



Find out how the EASA’s updates to its prototype drone regulations can impact manufacturers and suppliers around the world

Unmanned aircraft systems, or drones, are today being employed in a huge variety of roles, from media and entertainment to wildlife conservation and disaster relief. The proliferation of this technology across commercial and consumer markets has given rise to an industry expected to be worth $11.2 billion by 2020*.

If businesses want to be part of this lucrative and growing market, they need to be prepared for a fast-moving regulatory landscape.

key topics covered:

  • Introduction to Notice of Proposed Amendments - NPA 2017-05 (A) and NPA 2017-05 (B)

  • Adoption timeframes for the new standards

  • Recommendations for manufacturers and buyers

About the speakerS

Kirtika Perti

Kirtika Perti
Project Manager, Product Development & Innovation, TÜV SÜD

Ms. Kirtika Perti has over 8 years of experience in handling products in leading technological organisations. She currently acts as a Project Manager in the business development & innovation department of TÜV SÜD Product Service. Ms. Perti holds an MBA degree in International Business and Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering.





Dominik Krauss-Pellens
Project Manager, TÜV SÜD

Mr. Dominik Krauss-Pellens has over 15 years of experience in quality assurance and IT management. He hold degrees in mechanical engineering & design/business and a private pilot license. Furthermore, he is a radio-controlled (RC) plane enthusiast and performs functional tests for RC planes.

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