ICAO DRONE ENABLE Symposium 2022 14 - 16 November 2022
ICAO DRONE ENABLE Symposium 2022 14 - 16 November 2022 Learn more about the development of Unmanned Aerial Systems in public airspace at this ICAO symposium.
ICAO DRONE ENABLE Symposium 2022
14 - 16 November 2022
Montréal , CANADA
Learn more about the development of Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) in public airspace at this ICAO symposium. This includes how and under what conditions drones are used in air mobility and what safety precautions need to be taken.
The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Symposium on DRONE ENABLE will be held in Montreal, CANADA from November 14-16, 2022. The theme of the symposium is "Learning from the Past for a Better Future."
Stakeholders from civil aviation, industry and other stakeholders will discuss various areas on the topic of unmanned aerial systems (UAS) and workable regulations. Networking, coordination and collaboration will be the focus of the symposium.
-Mr. Salvatore Sciacchitano, Council President, ICAO
-Honorable Kwaku Ofori Asiamah, Minister of Transport, Ghana
-What’s New at ICAO Regarding UTM/UAS?
-Supporting ATM/UTM Integration
-Facilitation of UAS Operations
-Environmental Impacts – Noise and Life Cycle Emissions
-RFI Session 1 – Panel 1 and 2
Experiences and Best Practices from the Deployment/Implementation of UTM Systems or Services
- Sponsor Presentation
-ICAO Developed Materials to Support Safe UAS Operations
-UAS for Humanitarian Operations – Joint ICAO and UNICEF Panel
-RFI Session 2 – Panel 1 and 2
UTM Data Requirements
-The Digital Road to UTM Implementation
-Advanced Air Mobility – Initial Concept of Operations
Mr. Stephen P. Creamer, Director, Air Navigation Bureau, ICAO
Most unmanned aircraft systems (drones) are powered by lithium batteries.
To ensure safety in airspace and during the transport of drones, there are requirements in the transport regulations for each of these lithium batteries.
E.g. they must be manufactured according to the quality management system described in the regulations and they must have passed the UN 38.3 test.
What exactly this QM program has to look like, we have put together for you under this link:
What is tested in this UN Test Series 38.3 can be found here:
High-quality drones have lithium-ion-batteries with more than 100 Wh. For large lithium cells and batteries three more technical requirements need to be fulfilled:
- Short circuit fuse
- safety venting device or safety device against violent rupture
- for cells / series of cells connected in parallel: protection against dangerous reverse currents
Before shipping or transporting a " large" lithium-battery, check with the manufacturer or supplier of the battery to make sure that all criteria are met.
Our Supplier Inquiry Form includes all necessary queries for the logistics process, including the further technical requirements for "large" batteries.
You can download and use it free of charge, provided that our copyright information in the footer is kept in place:
Since 01.01.2020 onwards a UN 38.3 Test Summary needs to be provided by the manufacturer and any subsequent supplier on request. We have included all required details of the UN 38.3 Test Summary in our Supplier Inquiry Form.
For shipping drones and their lithium ion batteries Lithium-Battery-Service offers you all information for preparing the transport in our checklist article. In addition to a checklist for transport preparation, our checklist articles also include all current markings and labels for each transport case and, if necessary, samples of the required transport documents.
Click here for the checklist finder:
Should you have any questions concerning the safe and regulation compliant shipping of drones, please feel free to contact us under: