The ENGIE Ineo – Groupe ADP – SAFRAN RPAS Chair is led by ENAC through its Foundation. With an initial duration of 3 years it is the first chair to tackle the problem of RPAS integration in airspace.

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Chair publications


Inserting UAVs in non segregated airspace: review, ongoing projects and perspectives

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Inserting UAVs in non segregated airspace: review, ongoing projects and perspectives The French Civil Aviation University (ENAC) invite you to attend to a conference taking place during the International Paris…


JARUS helps draw the lines of BCAS

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JARUS members shared their experience and needs with respect with Collision Avoidance Systems evaluation so the Chair could refine the scope of its BCAS benchmark project.


Laggy RPAS

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The integration of large drones flying under Instrument Fllight Rules in controlled airspaces is a complex task, yet a desirable objective. However, to benefit from the ATC, the Remote Pilote needs to communicate properly with the ATCOs. And that is where latency messes everything up.



U-space : the blueprint

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To clarify the notion of U-Space the SESAR-JU published a blueprint giving more details on this concept. Though some concerns, it also raises numerous questions.


All about drones for the Gas and Petrol Industry

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One of the early use cases for drones was the inspection of linear structure. As seen previously this includes Electric infrastructures inspection, and it also applies to the gas and petrol industry as can be seen here.


Along the way through integration – PART 2 : A-NPA – Present Regulatory Context

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While mentioning the efforts by different organizations to accommodate drones in airspace, let’s look at the present regulatory context from European and international perspectives.


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