This document describes the procedures for training personnel who will be involved in the operation of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS). This document defines: a) knowledge, skill, attitude and qualification criteria that are needed for UAS pilots and training organizations that provides training to trainees of UAS remote pilots and other personnel involved in UAS operations; b) training curriculum and contents for specific learning courses; c) qualification and confirmation criteria for the training organizations; d) general procedures for providing training of UAS personnel. The requirements for a specific course as described in the annexes can be more restrictive in some cases.

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This document defines terms and definitions relating to unmanned aircraft systems that are widely used in science and technology.

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This document provides results of a survey on UTM which indicates aggregated data from survey respondents. It does not cover detailed analysis of regions and organizations. UTM is expected to reveal hundreds of commercial applications already in place, as well as social systems as their background conditions. The results can be used to analyze benefits and gaps for possible future standardization topics in consultation with authorities such as ICAO.

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This document specifies requirements for the classification and grading of civil unmanned aircraft system (UAS). This document applies to heavier than air aircraft as well as lighter than air aircraft of any possible architecture. This document applies to the industrial conception, development, design, production and delivery of civil UAS. It also applies to modification, repair and maintenance of civil UAS. The characteristics in this document can be used individually or in combination, to meet specific needs of the classification and grading of civil UAS. Risk-based categorization of UAS operations is prerogative of the aviation authorities and it is hence out of scope of this document.

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This document specifies the requirements for safe commercial UAS operations.

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