RPAS Fleet and System Management

RPAS Fleet and System Management

Leveraging the capability of drone operations provides a significant increase in your business capabilities as you can see the world from a new perspective. Getting the right information at the right time means you need safe and compliant people, sensors and drone in your business’s toolbox. Delays caused by pilots needing currency flights or drones needing servicing or rectification can cause delays and additional costs to your business. Hover UAV can assist you in managing your unmanned air operations by:

  • Releasing resources to complete high-value on-site tasks
  • Enabling your organisation to focus on valuable data insights rather than spending a lot of time on drone compliance
  • Providing a high level of assurance that all drone operations are conducted in accordance with CASA regulations at a lower cost than employing dedicated internal resource
  • RPAS fleet and system management
  • Access to unmanned aviation experts


When Is Fleet and System Management Required?

Businesses are most at risk of becoming non-compliant or adopting unapproved practices when undergoing a period of significant change or expansion. If your organisation is changing rapidly to meet business objectives or leverage new technology, this is the time to consider if adopting a fleet and system management approach to your drone operation is required. Typical changes are:

  • Scaling up of unmanned air operations
  • An increasing number of locations conducting drone operations over a large geographic area
  • A rapid increase in the number of different drone systems in-use
  • Operations becoming more complex (EVLOS, BVLOS)


What Does Hover UAV Provide?

Hover UAV can provide a turnkey solution to provide an immediate resource gain to your business by establishing:

  • A digital flight management system (RPAS maintenance, currency and qualifications, competency)
  • Backend support through the provision of an operational management structure
  • Streamlined flight authorisations and approvals process
  • Managing flight risks through an active supervised approval process
  • Record keeping to meet regulatory requirements and accountabilities
  • Maintenance processes to ensure RPAs are available when required
  • Auditing and trend analysis to ensure on-going compliance and identify further efficiencies