PILOTO DE RPAS MULTICOPTERO. Guí_a de Referencia. 4È Edicií_n Actualizada.
It’s the first book in Spanish that provides the reader with the theoretical and practical knowledge to be a Multi-Copter RPAS Pilot, being the only work on this subject recommended by the University of Oviedo for the title of Expert in Remote Controlled and Autonomous Air Vehicles.
The objective of this work is to provide future RPAS Pilots with the specific technical knowledge of these multi-copter type aircrafts, as well as the knowledge related to the handling of these aircrafts, in order to pass the RPAS pilot's practical exam.
Additional information of interest is provided, both for the pilot and to become an Operator, figure that allows the commercial operation of these aircraft.
If we look at history, rarely has one been fortunate enough to experience in person such a revolutionary technological advance of such magnitude as that of remotely piloted unmanned aircraft. It is true that drones and copters have been around for a long time, but nowadays, the reduction in costs and the many possibilities they offer have opened up a world full of possibilities in many sectors and activities.
In Germany alone, it was estimated that in the short term, more than 70,000 highly qualified and paid professionals would be needed for this technology in 2014, including RPAS pilots, which stands for Remote Pilot Aircraft System.
This is the first book in Spanish to provide the theoretical and practical knowledge to be a Multi-Copter RPAS Pilot, being the only work on this subject recommended by the University of Oviedo for the title of Expert in Remote Controlled and Autonomous Aircraft.
The reader can also request an Excel file to generate documentation required by AESA to become a Drone Operator.
According to current regulations, to become a RPAS Pilot, the reader must pass a theoretical exam of General Aeronautics, whose content corresponds, among others, to the title of ULM Pilot, for which the reader has the work "Pilot of Ultra-Light Motorized Aircraft - Reference Guide", by the same author.
Author: Ernesto Martínez de Carvajal Hedrich
Editorial: Ernesto Martínez de Carvajal Hedrich
Format: Soft cover
No. of pages: 249
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
1. Introduction to PSRs
2. Technical characteristics of multirotors
3. Aerodynamics of multirotors
4. Specific air navigation
5. Flying technique of the multirotors
6. Specific weather
7. Spanish legislation on PSAS
8. Operational procedures
11. Practice with simulator
12. Links of interest
13. Additional material
Appendix with the main novelties of the January 2018 regulation.