Welcome to the fourth episode in our Drone-in-a-Box Web Series. In this series, we will cover all you need to know about Drone-in-a-Box (DiaB) solutions, how they can enhance everyday tasks, and how you can integrate it into your operations.
Identify the area of operation
Identifying your area of operation comes first, as this often decides if a drone-in-a-box operations are feasible from a compliance standpoint. With the location, the use case and stakeholders involved need to be considered next, as these will decide if the data required can be captured.
Develop a comprehensive risk assessment
After identifying the location, use cases, and stakeholders, a risk assessment is required. Due to the nature of drone-in-a-box operations and the relatively unexplored nature of them, a comprehensive risk assessment is must. Not only is the risk assessment designed to keep operations safe and outline potential risks involved, but it also plays a significant role in the next step, CASA approval.
Submit for CASA approval
Once all of the above has been completed, it's now time to get approval from the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA). Working through the above steps with the Sphere Drones team and our software platform Curo simplifies this process and ensures all angles are covered.
Hover around for future episodes where we will touch on topics such as what you can expect in a DJI dock and take it for a test out in the field in Wagga Wagga.
If you are interested in exploring a drone-in-a-box solution for your business, get in touch with a member of our team.