From sUAS News:
For the current crop of 3100+ UK CAA Permission for Commercial Operation (PfCO) holders the Small Unmanned Aircraft (SUA) industry has quickly become competitive in nature. To distinguish themselves in this market – in essence to ‘be a blue cow in a field of black and white cows(!)’- the next step might be to consider submitting an Operational Safety Case (OSC) for a reduction of operational limits in congested areas. This might be considered to be a natural, logical progression but applicants should consider a few things before embarking on this path. In the first of a series of articles looking at Congested Area Operational Safety Cases (OSC), ClearSky Consulting focuses on some key questions to ask yourself first.
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