Carbonix the newest member of the CASA UAS Standards sub-committee
Carbonix is proud to announce their confirmation as a member of CASA’s Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Standards sub-committee. The sub-committee is a joint CASA and aviation community forum for the development of regulations and standards relating to UAS, including UAS operations, remote pilot licensing and unmanned aircraft certification, manufacture and maintenance.
As one of the leading UAS manufacturers in Australia, Carbonix is confident it will bring important ideas and critical knowledge to the committee, and play a significant role in shaping the future of the UAV industry in Australia.
Carbonix CEO and founder Dario Valenza believes understanding design and manufacturing elements of UAVs is crucial for developing the regulations that will govern this burgeoning industry.
“Australia has an opportunity to be at the forefront of converging technologies that will revolutionise many aspects of our lives,” Mr. Valenza said.
“Developing the right regulations to support these rapidly growing industries is critical at this time. Applying informed principles to regulate the ways some of our biggest commercial industries will use drones could put Australian businesses on the world stage” he said.
As Australia’s first manufacturer and exporter of advanced composite fixed-wing UAVs, Carbonix is in a unique position to inform important details on what the future of drones will look like.