EASA MOC 2511 Compliance Pack is available
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S1/S2 DGAC Flight Termination System
Obtain EASA MOC 2511 compliance for your drone.
MOC 2511 Flight Termination System
included in the accessories kit
FLIGHT TERMINATION SYSTEM
Zephyr CC MVC3 FTS are safety devices that, under certain conditions, prevent the equipped drone from leaving its regulatory flight envelope by cutting off the drone’s power supply, using the dedicated Klick triggering remote control. The internal FTS is fitted between the autopilot and the ESCs, requiring the drone to pass through our workshop for installation.
Klick system for manual triggering
Test performed in accordance with EASA specifications
Linked with a Parachute Recovery System
Dronavia’s experts will pair the PRS with the FTS in our workshop. After a connection test, your accessory kit is shipped. When one of the two systems is triggered, the second will also be triggered.
EASA MOC2511 compliance
Dronavia is proud to be the first manufacturer to provide a system that is compliant with the MoC Light-UAS.25 published by EASA, an essential compliance in the development of a SORA. This essential compliance in the development of a SORA (Special Operations Risk Assessment) ensures that our customers have the best risk management and safety measures for their special operations, while staying ahead of future European standards. The MOC 2511 is sufficient to meet the requirements of Part 9.
Fully independant system
If the DJI drone loses its radio signal, the Dronavia system remains operational. If the link between the Klick remote control and your FTS is lost, the drone’s motors will not stop.
Long-range, secure transmission
The long-range communication system between the trigger remote control and the parachute/FTS is based on advanced technology and LoRa modulation. Its range can reach several kilometres in optimal conditions and a long range option allows to exceed 10 km.
The communication protocol is based on the 869 MHz frequencies, which are free of authorisation (433 and 915 MHz options available). A 128-bit encryption ensures that the data is not intercepted and the user is warned if the communication is disturbed.
Innovative long-range system
The range of our systems is 3 kilometres, in line with the specifications provided by the EASA. Under optimum conditions, the range reaches 5 kilometres, and a long-range option can exceed 10 kilometres.
The internal FTS is fitted in series on the ESCs, requiring the drone to pass through our workshop for installation. Our technicians benefit from unique knowledge and technological skills that are unique on the market. The FTS Zephyr CC MVC3 works with and adapts to the entire Mavic 3 range (Air, Pro, Enteprise…)
The FTS system is automatically activated when you start up your DJI Mavic 3 drone. All you have to do is switch on your Klick trigger remote control and your system is fully operational.
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Why equip your drone with a Flight Termination System?
Adding a Flight Termination System to a drone can help ensure safety in the event of a technical failure or other critical problems during flight (extreme weather conditions, radio transmission failure, technical failure of the propulsion system, loss of GPS signal, etc).
Dronavia’s flight termination systems (FTS) can cut your drone’s power supply in the event of a problem, preventing the drone from leaving its regulatory flight envelope or crashing.
What is the MOC2511 published by EASA?
EASA has published a consultation document on means of compliance (MoC.2511) for light UAVs, focusing on the adoption of an autonomous Flight Termination System (FTS), defined as an emergency measure (not a contingency measure). This new certification came into force on 1 January 2023.
Dronavia is proud to be the first manufacturer to provide a system that is compliant with the MoC Light-UAS.25 published by EASA, an essential compliance in the development of a SORA.
This essential compliance in the development of a SORA (Special Operations Risk Assessment) ensures that our customers have the best risk management and safety measures for their special operations, while staying ahead of future European standards. The MOC 2511 is sufficient to meet the requirements of Part 9.
How did Dronavia achieve MOC2511 compliance?
To obtain this compliance, Dronavia had to carry out numerous tests elaborated according to precise specifications provided by the EASA: repeated triggering on the ground, at distance, in a real situation and determination of the maximum operating distance established at up to 3 km.
In parallel to these hundreds of tests, to go even further and push the reliability of our Flight Termination Systems (FTS) to the maximum, we decided to perform more than 1000 flight termination triggering in order to guarantee the proper functioning of the drone with the flight termination system for many years. A way to ensure that no matter what your special operation is, you will perform it safely.
How do I install a Flight Termination Systems ?
What communication system is used to communicate between the Flight Termination Systems and the Klick trigger remote control ?
The long-range communication system between the Klick trigger remote control and the Flight Termination Systems (FTS) is based on advanced technology and LoRa modulation. It has a range of up to 5 km under optimum conditions, and a long-range option can exceed 10 km.
The communication protocol is based on 869 MHz frequencies, free of authorisation (433 and 915 MHz options available). A 128-bit encryption ensures that the data is not intercepted and the user is warned if the communication is disturbed.
Can the Klick trigger system be interfered with and/or intercepted? Is there a risk of unwanted triggering?
No, all data is encrypted using a secure wireless link based on advanced technology and LoRa modulation.
128-bit encryption ensures that data is not intercepted and the user is warned if communication is disrupted.
Can you travel by plane with a Flight Termination Systems?
There are no constraints for professional pilots travelling by plane.
What regulations do Dronavia's Flight Termination Systems comply with?
Dronavia’s autonomous Flight Termination Systems (FTS) modules comply with MOC 2511 published by the EASA. They make it quick and easy to obtain a specific permit to fly (SORA). Coupled with a Parachute Recovery System that complies with MOC M2 published by EASA, the safety of your flights is enhanced and obtaining a SORA is made even simpler.
Dronavia’s Flight Termination Systems are approved for DGAC Scenario 2 (S2) (French Civil Aviation Authority). Coupled with a Parachute Recovery System, the drone becomes S2 approved by the DGAC.
By combining your Parachute Recovery Systems (PRS) and your Flight Termination Systems (FTS), you can obtain an accessory kit enabling you to classify your drone C5 (for all C3 class drones). This EASA-certified accessory kit allows you to fly in the specific category for the STS-01 scenario.
What is a MOC (Means of compliance)?
An MoC is a way for professional drone operators to demonstrate that they comply with the regulations and standards that apply to their activities and to guarantee the quality and safety of the products they use. To obtain it, it is necessary to meet the current regulatory requirements published by the EASA, the European Union Aviation Safety Agency.
Beyond quality and safety, with a MOC compliant product, professional drone operators can obtain a SORA (Specific Operations Risk Assessment) or PDRA (pre-defined risk assessment, a flight authorization delivered for specific missions, in an easier and faster way.
How does the MOC2511 make it quicker and easier to obtain a SORA?
Step 9 of the SORA addresses the risk of loss of control of the aircraft and flight into adjacent areas where the risk to third parties (ground or air) may be higher. If the aircraft is not adequately designed, there may be probable reasons that could lead to an exit from the area of operation.
The operator should consider the criteria for adjacent areas and determine the level of containment (standard or enhanced) for the aircraft in question. For any enhanced containment system, the operator must : « declare compliance with the provisions of the document “Means of compliance with Light UAS.2511 – Enhanced containment”, or provide evidence of such compliance (technical description, test reports, etc.) when applying for a permit. »
How are Flight Termination Systems activated?
Flight Termination Systems are activated manually using a Klick trigger remote control. Ergonomic, lightweight, with LED status indicators and a secure wireless connection, the Klick range of trigger remotes enables drone operators to ensure the safety of your flights, thanks to fast, controlled triggering.
To ensure total safety and increase the chances of avoiding a crash or accident, Dronavia Flight Termination Systems (FTS) can be coupled with Parachute Recovery Systems (PRS). In this case, when the parachute is triggered (autonomous deployment or manual activation), the Flight Termination Systems will activate at the same time, and conversely.
How do I connect my Flight Termination System (FTS) to my Parachute Recovery System (PRS) ?
Dronavia’s experts will pair the PRS with the FTS in our workshop. After a connection test, your systems is shipped. In this case, when the parachute is triggered (autonomous deployment or manual activation), the Flight Termination Systems will activate at the same time, and conversely.
Parachute Recovery Systems (PRS) are necessarily sold with an FTS to ensure proper system operation. They are pair in the workshop by our experts.
Does the Flight Termination System require a power supply?
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