Guidelines for using drones at AU
In April 2023, AU has been set up as a drone operator with the Danish Civil Aviation and Railway Authority. This means that if you use drones in your work, there are some rules you need to be aware of.
In April 2023, AU has been set up as a drone operator with the Danish Civil Aviation and Railway Authority.
This means that by using drones, AU must ensure:
- That drones are labelled correctly with registration number DNK000001571745r and that outdated marking is removed
- That drones are insured in accordance with applicable rules (self-insurance applies)
- That remote pilots have the right skills to fly the drone they are flying with
- To establish a coordination procedure and a list of remote pilots
The filing of drone certificates is necessary in order to document the competences of the remote pilots, and a list of approved remote pilots can easily be drawn. It is therefore important to keep up-to-date registration in Workzone in accordance with the "filing practice for drone certificates" (only in Danish), which is the process developed at AU.
See the Danish Civil Aviation and Railway Authority's guidelines and references to the rules under: https://www.droneregler.dk/english