High Visibility Safety Vest ORANGE
A High Visibility Safety Vest with 2 Reflective Strips to the CE standard.
A real necessity for moving around on runways and taxiways. It is also extremely useful to easily locate the Drone pilot.
The take-off-landing and work area of the Drone pilot appears to be a curiosity in the eyes of the users. They often wish to approach and see how it works despite the safety rules. This disturbs the pilot's concentration and can create a risk of losing sight or control of the UAV. This is why it is essential to be more vigilant when it comes to securing the area. Wearing a visible vest is one of them.
- Size: One size
- Color: Orange
- Material: Nylon
Third Party Exclusion Zone
Paragraph 3.7.1 b) of the French UAV regulation "Protection of third parties on the ground" (section 2 of Chapter 3 of Annex III of the Decree of 17 December 2015 on the use of airspace by aircraft that travel without people on board (UAVs, drones)), requires a professional operator to delimit a safety zone. It must be materialized on the ground, it is called third party exclusion zone. Depending on the aircraft's take-off weight, flight height and ground speed, the radius and surface area of the aircraft varies. The radius can not be less than 10 meters or 20 meters in diameter. The regulation also states that only the persons specified below may be permitted within the minimum exclusion zone outside the specific scenario 2 (S2):
1) The persons involved in the piloting of the aircraft or the operation itself having a role (for example a video cameraman, or a surveyor operator during a photogrammetric survey ...);
2) Persons isolated by a safety device or a structure giving them sufficient protection;
And 3) persons directly connected with the particular activity who have signed a certificate stating that they have been informed of the emergency measures defined by the operator in the event of an incident in flight of the aircraft. (an actor for example or married people...)
For more information, please consult our "Drones and Air Regulations in France" page.