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Question to DJI: FAA & EASA certification
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Alvaro L
Flight distance : 8829 ft

Will ever DJI pursue model certifications by FAA/EASA ? I know that DJI is into some experts panels and so on, but  model certification is a very expensive process only DJI can take on.

In my country, flight licenses for drones over urban areas are systematically rejected, even when endosed by a JARUS recommended SORA study. The fact is that nobody but DJI can assess and certify failure rates and systems reiabilty so a SORA analysis can be run with realistic numbers. The same goes for critical safety sistems like parachutes. The fact is that EASA dependant organisations in Europe for instance are very unlikely to aprove licenses on urban areas and controlled airspaces for uncertified models and systems. These restricted spaces at the end cover huge areas and lot of business oportunities.

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