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Discussion in 'Inspire 1 Discussion' started by DaBone, Mar 8, 2015.

  1. DaBone

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    Trying to register my Inspire 1, in order to use it professionally.
    There are certain things that they want to know, and I can´t find information about it anywhere.
    Is it possible to get some assistance? :)

    1. Maximum takeoff weight
    Should be 2935g, as there isn´t any additional accessories to be mounted?

    2. Maximum developed kinetic energy
    Can´t find anything

    3. Control
    Have just heard that there is a modified A2 .. Any name on it?

    4. Description of the fail-safe system
    Return to home

    5. Any description and justification of how the aircraft's design helps to reduce the negative impact on people and property in the event of a collision.
     
  2. flyingclint

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    Where are you doing this "registration?"
     
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  3. DaBone

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    Swedish Civil Aviation Administration

    In order to use drones in your profession, you in Sweden need to have a permit from the Swedish Civil Aviation Administration, as well as an insurance policy.
     
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  4. PB30X

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    Thought the same thing??? Either applying for some sort of UAV PERMIT, PERMISSIVE PASS or INSURANCE is my guess judging by details outlined!!
     
  5. DaBone

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    Have found and have looked a little on my old application for a hexacopter that was never submitted and made some changes.

    4.
    Low voltage: The craft lands on the current position, or flying home to the starting point and lands with the help of GPS.

    Signal Loss: The craft flying home to the starting point and landing automatically at start point. Height for repatriation flight can be changed depending on the environment and infrastructure to counter collision.

    5.
    Arms and Landing gear material thickness makes the material breaks at impact, which dampens the impact force.
     
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