Alter Technology participated in this year’s Expodronica edition in Madrid last October.
The presence at this event is vital to highlight the importance of the certification of drones for the CE marking and for the class label, which will be mandatory from January 2023 for every drone commercialized in the European Union.
During the event, Alter transmitted the importance of certifying the equipment to adapt as soon as possible to the new European drone regulation 2019/945. Those companies that get the certification earlier will have a competitive advantage over the others.
Around 60 exhibitors attended the convention presenting UAS news and performing flight demonstrations
José Montero from ALTER TECHNOLOGY gave a lecture on UAS-Drones Conformity Assessment & Certification – Specific & Open categories.
Antidio Viguria, from FADA-CATEC, presented the TRACE project, led by Alter Technology, and focused on promoting and fostering the use of EGNOS in the drones’ sector.
More information about ALTER TECHNOLOGY:
With more than 30 years in the aerospace sector, Alter’s primary services in the drone sector are safety services. It offers solutions to cover the whole range of the current needs in the market to perform a safe operation. These safety services are divided into three original categories: functional safety to demonstrate compliance with the requirements of current industry standards adapted to the UAS sector; operational safety to develop the necessary documentation for flight authorization for a different type of UAS (including drone taxi models), and product safety using laboratory tests that ensure that the CE marking is obtained.
Alter Technology also participates in different Standardization and Normalization Workgroups, including ASD-STAN D05 WG08 and ISO WGs related to the UAS sector.
In addition, Alter is involved in the accreditation process to be Notified Body for the UAS Regulation 2019/945, and we will have good news for the industry soon!