Adam has been flying unmanned aircraft for over 18 years and has an unparalleled understanding of their characteristics and capabilities, which is backed by his experience in manned aviation. He is highly enthusiastic, has a passion for technology and an incredibly creative eye.

Acronym for That

There’s an Acronym for that

The “drone” industry is, like many other technology centric industries, fully of acronyms. We thought it might be useful to put together a list of some of the most common acronyms just in case you’re getting a little confused. This list is not exhaustive by any means but covers most of the main offenders.

Operating Safety Case


At the end of March, the CAA released a revised version of CAP 722 (Sixth Edition March 2015) in which they clarified the rules around the use of sub 7kg SUSA in congested areas. The ‘Congested Areas Operating Safety Case (CAOSC)’ was re-named UAS Operating Safety Case (UAS OSC).