The most important aims
STOP to the chaos in the airspace!
Polish drone - BIELIK
Idea and scheme of the system
The drone market environment in 2015
OHIM – Office for
Harmonization in the
THE IDEA OF THE
UAV MONITORING SYSTEM
The drone’s logging into the system
is finished at the moment of turning the monitoring device (stage I)
or the power supply on (stage II).
The autopilot (or an additional module)
reports the drone’s readiness to launch
to the UAV Monitoring System
via a GSM protocol.
The Operator in the Operating Center
will be able to view the datasheet
of the UAV operator including,
among others, authorizations held.
SHOW THE ROUTE
• LICENSE EXPIRATION DATE
• INSURANCE EXPIRATION DATE
• DRONE WEIGHT
• LICENSE PERMISSIONS
[I.E. UP TO 25 KG]
• LICENSE TYPE [INSTRUCTOR,
BVLOS, EVLOS, VLOS]
• NAME AND SURNAME
• MOBILE PHONE NUMBER
• E-MAIL ADDRESS
Data concerning basic flight
parameters, such as:
• flight direction,
are transmitted to the Operating Center in real time.
The first implementation stage:
an infringement of a prohibited zone
or a zone requiring a permission
(e.g. CTR) is reported.
After complete implementation:
the system will prevent
a drone from entering
the prohibited area.
TURN THE DEVICE
informs the UAV operator about
an infringement (implementation stage I).
In case of no response
from the UAV operator,
the System Operator informs the UAV operator by phone about the infringement of the no-fly zone and demands
the drone to leave (implementation stage II).
In case of no response from the UAV operator, the System Operator
notifies appropriate authorities
about the infringement
and its location.
The system allows authorized
System Operators to make
changes to previously defined
air structures in real time.
The system can be completely compatible with the planned
(AUP) or the current airspace
The end of the second stage of implementation of the UAV Monitoring System, which includes equipping drones
with autopilots integrated with
the monitoring system, will make it
impossible for a drone to enter
a prohibited zone or a zone
requiring prior consent to enter.
After the second implementation stage and
in case of an emergency, the System Operator will be able to issue a command to:
• lower the flight,
• stop the device,
• automatically return to the
• land in relation to a chosen drone
logged into the system,
also by way of indicating an area where no drone traffic is allowed.
GO BELOW 50 m AGL