EuroUSC Italia

EuroUSC Italia Profile

WHO WE ARE

EuroUSC Italia is compliant with the independence criteria for qualified entities established in Annex V of Regulation (EU) 216/2008 (the Regulation establishing the European Aviation Safety Agency – EASA).  In other words it is not linked to any manufacturer, operator or service provider.

It is engaged both nationally and internationally in research, consultancy and training services in the field of regulation and aeronautical safety, with an outstanding experience in aviation rule-making, aerodromes, airspace, Air Traffic Management (ATM) and Air Navigation Services (ANS), including certification of aerodrome operators and ANS providers. Customers include Aviation Authorities and industry.

We are also leading experts in the application of the specific Operations Risk Assessment (SORA) methodology to fly drones in the new EASA “specific” Category.

 

 

RESEARCH

EuroUSC Italia participates to the European Horizon 2020 programme and is involved in several research projects funded by the European Commission, GSA, EDA and SESAR SJU. In these projects we offer our qualified contribution on: analysis of compliance to applicable regulations, safety assessment using state-of-the-art methodologies, definition of operational procedures, testing and validation. Activities take place in the context of innovative applications for drones, cutting-edge technologies and infrastructures such as the U-space.

SECTORS:
  • Aviation;
  • aerospace
DOMAINS OF INTEREST:
  •  Safety and aeronautical regulations;
  •  RPAS Commercial Operations 
 
 
 WHAT WE DO

With a very dynamic and professional team, we can satisfy customers expectations conjugating high quality with competitive fares. Thanks to our involvement in the major regulatory and standardization bodies at international level (ICAO, JARUs, EUROCAE and IsO) we help our customers with knowledge, methods and techniques that are always at the state-of-the-art and beyond.

We are active in the field of non-military Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS or “drones”) offering training for remote pilots and related instructors, legal and safety risk assessment and mitigation, support to manufacturers and operators to prepare manuals and to comply with regulations. In particular we have a world leading role for higher education courses on the international civil regulation of drones and civil aviation regulation in general.