In this webinar, we are exploring which drones will need to be registered, which pilots will need to be registered; as well as changes to key definitions, changes to weight categories as well as the raft of offences stemming from these changes. The webinar end with some scenario modelling on Australia’s first Drone Registration Flowchart which is an ideal segue into a Q&A session.
About Tom Pils: Tom is an Australian lawyer specialising in drone law. He has represented commercial drone operators in CASA investigations, advised on Flight Authorisations, drafted Drone Services Agreements, and worked with insurance brokers on drone specific policies. Tom is dedicated to educating drone service providers on legal and commercial issues which he does by way of speaking at conferences and on podcasts, as well as being an avid writer of drone-related articles on his website. Tom’s is also on the Management Committee of the Association of Australian Certified UAV Operators Inc.
- When is this happening?
- Changes to definitions
- Weighty issues
- Pilot accreditation
- Drone registration
- New offences
- Scenario modelling with Australia’s first Drone Registration Flowchart