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HERE ARE SOME EXAMPLES OF DRONE LICENSE QUESTIONS (INVENTED) THAT COULD BE FOUND DURING THE EXAMINATION
In the case of professional use of the drone, is the "head of the household" INSURANCE alone sufficient to fulfill the obligations imposed by the Regulation?
For the insurance of several professionally used drones, will I pay only one insurance premium regardless of their number?
Is it possible to legally fly an APR without INSURANCE?
What type of INSURANCE is mandatory for piloting UAVs?
Is APR INSURANCE for civil liability towards third parties mandatory in any case?
RC INSURANCE for damages to third parties
In the event of a flight over uninhabited areas, is it necessary to have taken out an INSURANCE policy?
What the client of an aerial work carried out using an APR must verify:
What kind of LIABILITY does the CUSTOMER have for a filming activity done using an APR?
When the CUSTOMER entrusts the execution of the flight to a pilot, would it be exempt from any LIABILITY?
If the CUSTOMER of a filming activity with APR fails to perform his surveillance function during the execution phase of the contract or if he entrusts the service to a company without the necessary requirements:
If the CUSTOMER of a filming activity with an APR entrusts a service to a company that does not meet the requirements:
Which of the following figures is interested in taking out an INSURANCE policy for civil liability towards third parties caused by product defects
INSURANCE on APR only (so-called kasko):
The premium for the INSURANCE on the APR only (so-called kasko):
What type of INSURANCE is mandatory to take out if you have an APR?
The premium to be paid for civil liability INSURANCE for damage to third parties
With the INSURANCE POLICY that covers LEGAL PROTECTION, the Insurance Company:
The INSURANCE POLICY that covers the PAY LOAD:
What can the MANUFACTURER of the UAV be held responsible for:
Let's assume that we have correctly set the HOME POINT. If the UAV is always positioned far from what is expected:
If the APR is used for professional use:
Once I have obtained the certificate of competence for NON-CRITICAL SPECIALIZED OPERATIONS, will I be able to carry out professional activities with the drone?
What is meant by ASSEMBLY OF PEOPLE?
Is it possible to fly over people, processions or ASSEMBLATIONS OF PEOPLE?
With the APR pilot certificate for NON-CRITICAL SPECIALIZED OPERATIONS, I can fly over:
In the context of NON-CRITICAL SPECIALIZED OPERATIONS, what is the minimum distance to keep from any people present?
NON-CRITICAL SPECIALIZED OPERATIONS must be conducted in VLOS at a distance of at least 50 meters from congested areas, and at least 150 meters from people not under the direct control of the UAV pilot
With regard to NON-CRITICAL SPECIALIZED OPERATIONS, it is possible to fly at the minimum distance of:
With NON-CRITICAL SPECIALIZED OPERATIONS, the regulation refers to those operations:
NON-CRITICAL SPECIALIZED OPERATIONS must be conducted in VLOS at a horizontal safety distance of at least 150 m from congested areas, and at least 50 m from people who are not under the direct control of the UAV pilot
The PROCEDURES AND STANDARDS relating to UAS are
NON-CRITICAL SPECIALIZED OPERATIONS present no risk given their nature
The main feature of NON-CRITICAL SPECIALIZED OPERATIONS is that they present the lowest risks
The ENAC regulation, with reference to articles 9 and 10, provides for two types of SPECIALIZED OPERATIONS: which ones?
What definition does the art. 5 paragraph 1 of the ENAC Regulation for SPECIALIZED OPERATIONS with APR:
Is there an obligation to record the NON-CRITICAL OS performed with a drone?
To register on D-FLIGHT, is it necessary first to have obtained the certificate of competence?
By IMPLIED RULES we mean:
What are the fees for registering a drone for recreational use with D-FLIGHT?
Speaking of the D-FLIGHT site, how can we define it?
What is basically D-FLIGHT and what is it for?
What is D FLIGHT?
D-FLIGHT is a portal dedicated only to recreational SAPR operators and provides services for registration, geo-awareness, remote identification and publication of information on geographical areas?
Pilots of UAVs for professional use, regardless of weight, and pilots of UAVs weighing 250 g or more for recreational activities, before flying must verify that they are registered on the D-FLIGHT portal and verify the QR identification code on the UAV ?
Do UAV pilots for professional use and UAV pilots for recreational activities, regardless of weight, before flying must verify that they are registered on the D-FLIGHT portal and check the QR identification code on the UAV?
Before flying with a SAPR, must the remote Pilot or in any case the Operator verify that they are registered on the D-FLIGHT website and that they have generated the QR code?
During the VLOS, the pilot can freely decide whether to follow the limitations in the use of the airspace established by ENAC and available on the D-FLIGHT website
During the VLOS, the remote pilot must scrupulously respect the limitations in the use of the airspace established by ENAC and available on the D-FLIGHT website
Before any operation with a SAPR, the Pilot or the operator must verify that:
ATM-09 information is also available graphically:
Starting from 1 July 2020 we will all have to register with D-FLIGHT to use an APR:
If I am interested in the PILOT CERTIFICATE for non-critical os, do I have to attend a classroom course at a CA?
Is the MEDICAL EXAMINATION mandatory to obtain the PILOT CERTIFICATE for critical os?
A PILOT CERTIFICATE is required to fly an APR with a MOD of less than 2000 g:
The certificate of competence (commonly called APR PILOT CERTIFICATE) issued in Italy is valid in Europe:
What is the minimum age to obtain the APR PILOT CERTIFICATE?
Every how many years are the APR PILOT CERTIFICATES renewed?
Does the ENAC Regulation provide for the NOISE CERTIFICATE?
As defined by art. 5 c. 1 of Reg ENAC the figure of the REMOTE PILOT?
What is the ultimate meaning of being PROFESSIONAL?
As a Remote Pilot, am I always obliged to comply with the FLIGHT MANUAL?
Does the APR have to have the FLIGHT MANUAL?
THE FLIGHT MANUAL:
Can I fit propellers with a different pitch and size than the standard supplied propellers?
Must the RPA pilot fly the SAPR in accordance with the terms of the relevant authorizations or declarations and use it in accordance with the FLIGHT MANUAL, including any limitations?
Which document contains the limits of use of the SAPR?
The pilot can conduct an APR even if the WIND value exceeds that reported in the FLIGHT MANUAL:
The speed and direction of the WIND in the area of operations are indicated by:
What is meant by TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION?
Where will operations carried out with an APR be recorded?
What is reported in the pilot LOGBOOK and in the APR LOGBOOK?
Recording the flight activity on the LOGBOOK is always mandatory:
Definition of CHECKLIST in aeronautics:
With the latest edition of the ENAC Regulation dated 11 November 2019, the possibility of carrying out operations in
Do operations specialized in BVLOS require in any case special systems and/or procedures approved by ENAC for maintaining separation in order to avoid collisions?
Are specialized operations using RPAS divided into VLOS, EVLOS and BVLOS?
Are specialized operations using RPAS divided into VLOS and BVLOS?
The specialized operations with the use of SAPR are divided into:
Definition of VLOS
In VLOS, the maximum distances of the UAV from the pilot are:
In VLOS, the maximum distances of the UAV from the pilot are:
In drone operations, what is the MAXIMUM HEIGHT that I can legally reach?
VLOS operations are operations conducted within a distance, both horizontally and vertically, such that the remote pilot is able to maintain continuous visual contact with the aircraft, without the help of instruments to increase vision, such as to allow him to control of the vehicle to manage the flight, maintain separations and avoid collisions?
Operations in VLOS are:
During the flight in VLOS, will the pilot have to perform a visual scan of the airspace surrounding the UAV, to prevent any risk of collision with manned aircraft?
ACRONYM FOR “VISUAL LINE OF SIGHT”?
During the flight in VLOS, will the pilot have to carry out an electronic scan of the airspace surrounding the UAV, to prevent any risk of collision with manned aircraft?
In VLOS, the remote pilot:
In case of VLOS or EVLOS flight, if the pilot loses visual contact with the UAV within the allowed horizontal and vertical limits, should the flight be terminated as soon as possible?
In case of VLOS or EVLOS flight, if the pilot loses visual contact with the UAV:
In case of VLOS or EVLOS flight, if the pilot loses visual contact with the UAV, must he continue the flight safely based on the onboard camera?
Who is the APR OBSERVER
In case of flight in VLOS condition
In case of flight in VLOS conditions, the pilot:
In case of flight in VLOS conditions, can the pilot carry out the flight near or in areas where interventions are in place in response to an emergency situation?
In case of flight in VLOS conditions, the UAV pilot:
When flying under VLOS conditions, must the UAV pilot abort the flight if the operation poses a risk to other model aircraft, people, animals, the environment or property?
Do VLOS/EVLOS operations take precedence over other aircraft?
Will the Pilot have to check the registration of his address as the HOME position and set it as the return point in case of "Lost Link"?
Will the Pilot have to check the registration of his position as HOME position and set it as a return point in case of "Lost Link"?
Definition of BVLOS:
BVLOS: Is the following statement correct? Operations conducted within a distance, both horizontally and vertically, such that the remote pilot is able to maintain continuous visual contact with the aircraft such as to allow direct control of the aircraft to manage the flight.
What is BVLOS?
Definition of SEGREGATED AIRSPACES:
Before a flight in VLOS conditions
Before a flight in VLOS conditions is it advisable to check local pressure and temperature and horizontal visibility in order not to lose sight of the UAV?
Within the BUFFER AREA:
The BUFFER AREA indicates the virtual barrier that the remote Pilot can set before or during the flight for safety reasons (the so-called virtual cage)
Definition of BUFFER AREA:
Is the BUFFER AREA the area around that of the operations, established to ensure the applicable safety levels for the type of operation?
How does the ENAC regulation identify the BUFFER AREA?
The OPERATING TAKE-OFF MASS is not important for the purpose of identifying the regulatory rules to follow
Acronym of OPERATING TAKE-OFF MASS:
Acronym with which we identify the OPERATING TAKE-OFF MASS of an APR:
What do we mean by MOD?
Definition of OPERATING TAKE-OFF MASS
Does the OPERATING TAKE-OFF MASS indicate the take-off mass of the UAV in operational configuration, excluding the PAYLOAD?
It is NEVER possible to carry out flight operations in AREA P
Can I fly the APR over the garden of my house?
What is Aeronautical Information Publication (AIP):
What does AIP do?
In which document can I know the prohibited or restricted areas for flying?
The AIP is also available online:
Can I fly over the PARKS?
In which of the following areas is flying ALWAYS FORBIDDEN:
How are prohibited or restricted areas indicated in the Regulations?
Can I use SAPR in the volumes of SPAZIO AEREO R, P, DE PARCHI?
Which of these statements is false
According to the art. 24 paragraph 5 of the ENAC Reg where can I find the indication of the areas P, R and D?
What is the main feature of R AREAS:
In AREAS D:
The P AREAS indicate that:
What is meant by ZONE P?
If a zone is labeled ZONA R, what does it mean?
Where can the FLIGHT TERMINATOR be installed on every UAV for professional use?
What are the RPA CATEGORIES envisaged by the ENAC Regulation?
What type of APR does the acronym AP indicate?
What do we call an UAV equipped with six propellers?
An OCTACOPTER (or octo-rotor) has by definition eight engines. How many of them spin clockwise?
If a quad rotor loses a PROPELLER, what happens?
What advantage can a ESA-ROTOR have over a quad-rotor?
In case of FAILURE of even one ENGINE, a multicopter UAV with four engines maintains stable flight:
To perform a clockwise YAW with a multirotor:
Definition of TORQUE EFFECT
With reference to quadricopters, the so-called "GYROSCOPIC EFFECT":
What does the term MODE mean?
To move a UAV in space in the three directions, how many CONTROLS are needed?
In a remote control with 2 sticks, how many CONTROLS can we have?
The FLIGHT TERMINATOR must be mounted on the drone:
What is the main function of the IMU?
What does the acronym IMU stand for?
Which component of the UAV controls its MOVEMENT?
Without IMU the ECU also called FLIGHT CONTROLLER can still work:
BATTERY LIFE is affected by the UAV WEIGHT:
BATTERY LIFETIME is influenced by the presence of WIND:
Definition of ALTITUDE:
ALTITUDE affects the RANGE of an UAV:
The PERFORMANCE of LIPO BATTERIES is influenced by the ambient TEMPERATURE:
If a LIPO BATTERY is not charged as specified:
If a LIPO BATTERY swells:
What can happen to a LIPO BATTERY if it is not charged as per specifications?
Can a LIPO BATTERY catch fire? If yes, when:
Regarding a BATTERY, what do the following specifications mean: from 5200 mAh 4s 25c?
With reference to APR for recreational use, what average autonomy do LIPO BATTERIES have?
NOMINAL VOLTAGE value of a LIPO cell in volts:
When we talk about the "STALL" of a PROPELLER, what are we referring to?
The ELECTRIC MOTORS of the UAV can now be brushless (BRUSHLESS) thanks to a specific electronic component. Which?
Do BRUSHLESS MOTORS offer advantages over traditional ones? If yes which ones?
Definition of BRUSHLESS MOTOR?
If a quadcopter is in HOVERING, i.e. in stationary flight, the thrust of the rotors is
On what principle is an ALTIMETER based?
Does the Remote Pilot have to verify that the GPS system is working through the APP on his mobile phone in order to have a positive control of the height of the UAV?
Must the Pilot verify that the system suitable for signaling the height at which one is flying (the ALTIMETER) works for the purposes of positive control of the height of the UAV?
What action must the pilot perform to guarantee a positive control of the UAV HEIGHT
What does the HEIGHT indicated in the TELEMETRY of an APR refer to?
One of the most important electronic components of every UAV is the MAGNETOMETER. What is it and what is it for?
In the presence of wind, what is the ELECTRONIC COMPONENT that allows the UAV to remain fixed in HOVERING without any intervention by the remote pilot?
Definition of TOY AIRCRAFT according to art. 5 c. 1 of the ENAC Regulation:
FREQUENCIES are normally used for the connection between SPR and APR
What does the term HOVERING mean?
CE MARKING: what does it refer to?
What does it mean to pilot the UAV in AUTOMATIC MODE?
What controls will the remote pilot have to handle in MANUAL MODE?
In which condition the positioning of the UAV via SATELLITE SIGNAL is not reliable
Are remotely piloted vehicles AIRCRAFT?
Should APRs with MOD equal to 25 kg be registered in the NATIONAL AIRCRAFT REGISTER?
There is a section dedicated to MODEL AIRCRAFT within the ENAC Regulation:
Definition of "REMOTELY PILOT AIRCRAFT":
What does the acronym SAPR mean?
Definition of UAS?
If the remote pilot activates GEO-FENCING, in other words will he have activated the technology that creates a concrete perimeter around the SAPR in order to increase safety?
Definition of GEO-FENCING or GEO-FENCE:
In the case of UAVs with an operating take-off mass of 25 kg, registration with the NATIONAL AIRCRAFT REGISTER is mandatory:
What is defined by the relationship between LIFT and DRAG?
Definition of FOLLOW ME mode?
What information must the UAV autopilot have to perform the “RETURN TO HOME” (RTH) function?
In case of APR with MOD less than 300 GRAMS:
Is it mandatory to adapt the Rules to the TYPE of APR used?
At what type of APR can the QUOTA LIMITER and the RTH (RETURN TO HOME) function be requested?
What does the acronym EASA stand for?
During the DESIGN phase of the SAPR or its components, the inclusion of specific SAFETY REQUIREMENTS is:
Is EASA a real body with legal personality with its own board of directors?
How many countries does EASA consist of?
In which city is EASA based
Where regulations issued by EASA are applicable
What is the SAFETY OBJECTIVE defined by EASA in operations with APR?
Will the application of the European standards dictated by EASA bring advantages?
EUROPEAN RULES on APRs will come into force from January 2021. What will this imply?
What does the acronym ICAO identify?
How many ICAO member states have signed up to the CHICAGO CONVENTION?
In which city is ICAO based?
How many annexes does the CHICAGO CONVENTION have?
How many articles does the CHICAGO CONVENTION have?
ENAC has the role of defining the rules relating to:
What does the acronym ENAC stand for?
The issue of the NATIONAL TECHNICAL REGULATIONS in the aeronautical sector in Italy is the task of which body according to Legislative Decree No. 250 of 7/25/1997?
Is it necessary for ENAC to authorize the transport of dangerous goods?
Where are the regulations issued by ENAC applicable?
ENAV is a company:
In Italy which entity has been designated as the main supplier of the AIR TRAFFIC SERVICE?
What is the authority responsible for providing FLIGHT ASSISTANCE in Italy?
What does the acronym ANSV stand for?
What is ANSV?
Which BODY has the task of issuing and/or updating NOTAMs in Italy?
What is meant by the term NOTAM?
NOTAM is the acronym of:
Regarding the NOTAM which of the following statements is correct:
The AUTHORIZATIONS TO OVERFLOW reserved areas issued by ENAC:
How can we define a TSA/TRA zone?
Can I fly inside the AIRPORTS?
What should I do to fly near an AIRPORT?
Operations inside AIRPORTS are permitted:
Definition of AIRSPACE RESERVE:
In which cases the AIRSPACE RESERVE is required:
It is permitted to operate an UAV without AIRSPACE RESERVE under the following conditions:
It is possible to operate an UAV with MOD < 25kg without AIRSPACE RESERVE if the following conditions are met
Based on the art. 24 c. 3 of the ENAC Regulation, if it is not possible to carry out operations with drones weighing less than 25kg, in VLOS/EVLOS, below 120m and not respecting the criteria defined in ATM-09 is it still feasible to fly?
What is the basic condition to validly request an AIRSPACE RESERVE?
By whom is the outcome of the AIRSPACE RESERVE request communicated to the operator?
The ATS evaluation is foreseen in the procedure for requesting AIRSPACE RESERVE:
Within the airspaces in which air traffic services (ATS) are provided, the operations of RPAs for which an airspace reservation is required, are conducted in coordination with the responsible ATS unit:
Are AIR TRAFFIC SERVICES also provided to UAS operations?
Are AIR TRAFFIC SERVICES also provided to operations with APR?
To whom should the AIRSPACE RESERVE be submitted in the case of civil airports or airspaces where air traffic services are not provided?
To whom must the AIRSPACE RESERVE be forwarded in the case of civil airports or airspaces under the responsibility of ENAV?
Does ATZ start from the surface of the earth?
Definition of ATZ?
Is it possible for an APR to fly in ATZ?
The shape of an ATZ is:
Definition of AIRPORT TRAFFIC?
Definition of CTR?
Several ATZs can exist within a CTR controlled area:
A controlled area CTR:
In which of the following AIRSPACES can Drones operate?
In which of the following AIRSPACES can Drones operate?
Definition of AIRPORT SITE:
The ATS assessment is always required for flying over the airport grounds:
What does the acronym TMA stand for?
If we find ourselves outside a CTR, what are the height and distance limits we must respect?
What do the acronyms IFR and VFR stand for?
How can we consider HUMAN ERROR?
Within the so-called "CHAIN OF ERRORS", if we had prevented even just one, would the accident have occurred anyway?
How can we describe those ERRORS made in performing repetitive tasks?
How can we describe those ERRORS that repeat themselves over time?
Definition of “CHAIN OF ERRORS”
Definition of “CHAIN OF EVENTS”:
An ERROR committed due to INATTENTION mainly depends on:
In order to reduce ERRORS it is advisable to:
What are the SKILL TYPE ERRORS (so-called SKILL-BASED) related to?
What are KNOWLEDGE-BASED ERRORS related to?
What are RULE-TYPE ERRORS (so-called RULE-BASED) related to?
If we are victims of PHYSICAL FATIGUE, we can be led to:
If, after the last flight of the day, when landing, the UAV hits the ground violently:
What is mainly due to a MISTAKE committed based on our experience?
If a propeller detaches immediately after switching on the UAV, we are in the presence of a:
If the UAV is never able to rise above a certain height for unknown reasons:
In the case of LATENT ERROR, the effects:
Fundamental feature of the CDs. CONSTANT ERRORS is:
SENIOR CORPORATE DECISIONS can normally generate:
If the UAV crashes into a tree following an INCORRECT MANEUVER, what could have caused:
What does MURPHY'S LAW say?
MURPHY'S LAW states that:
What is best to do to PREVENT execution ERRORS?
If there are no WRITTEN PROCEDURES, what kind of ERRORS can be made?
What is the correct "formula" that measures the extent of the RISK?
Definition of RISK:
What should the RISK be balanced against:
Is the analysis of the skills necessary to carry out an operation one of the factors to be taken into consideration for SAFETY purposes?
SAFETY can essentially be defined as a process:
Is the analysis of the resources necessary to carry out an operation one of the factors to be taken into consideration for SAFETY purposes?
What is SAFETY trying to find?
For SAFETY purposes, who is responsible for the PLANNING OF THE OPERATION?
Is it correct to say that the main purpose of SAFETY is to identify those responsible for the dangerous events that may have led to the accident or incident?
For SAFETY purposes, is it correct to say that PLANNING is not important?
For SAFETY purposes, is it correct to say that PLANNING is important?
In terms of SAFETY, are the pilot and the operator required to avoid damage to people and/or things at all costs, even at the cost of not flying the aircraft?
Could one of the elements to be evaluated for RISK MANAGEMENT purposes in operations with RPA be the presence or absence of airports in the area of operations?
Is it important for SAFETY purposes to understand whether or not there are buildings in the Operations Area?
For the purpose of lowering the level of RISK, can the reduction of exposure to risk over time be considered an adequate and acceptable factor?
What types of defenses must we take into account to correct and limit the RISK?
If there are personnel trained in Flight Operations in the area of operations, does the need to evaluate RISKS from their courses disappear?
Which of these sectors are strictly related to RISK MANAGEMENT?
The purpose of RISK MANAGEMENT (SAFETY MANAGEMENT RISK) is to eliminate risks.?
Ultimately what can be considered the main purpose of RISK MANAGEMENT (SAFETY MANAGEMENT RISK)?
Does risk management (SAFETY RISK MANAGEMENT) make it possible to completely eliminate aviation risks?
Is risk management (SAFETY RISK MANAGEMENT) an exact science and does it make it possible to completely eliminate aviation risks?
What does the term “SAFETY RISK MANAGEMENT” actually mean?
The process inherent in RISK MANAGEMENT (SAFETY RISK MANAGEMENT) which allows to identify the dangers and limit the effects is of the type:
For the primary purposes of RISK MANAGEMENT (SAFETY RISK MANAGEMENT) is it essential to know the activity to be performed?
For the primary purposes of RISK MANAGEMENT (SAFETY RISK MANAGEMENT) is training essential?
If the wind, at the time of carrying out the operation, is higher than the one planned and for which the RISK ANALYSIS was carried out, the pilot:
The best action that a pilot could perform if he realizes that he does not possess TECHNICAL CAPABILITIES suitable for the mission is:
It is true or false that the RISK FACTORS also derive from the evaluation of the machine
RISK FACTORS can derive from several factors. Is one of them the environment?
For the purposes of correct RISK MANAGEMENT it is necessary to consider the risks deriving from:
What are the key elements of SAFETY?
What is the main purpose of RISK MANAGEMENT?
Is it important to lower the RISK to the lowest possible level?
It is possible to lower the level of RISK:
We can lower the level of RISK
Should we accept the RISKS once we have lowered them to the lowest possible level?
The operator must balance the RISK in relation to:
Is it correct to say that SECURITY is a discipline of SAFETY?
What is the main purpose of PREVENTION TECHNIQUES?
What are PREVENTION TECHNIQUES essentially based on?
For the purposes of PREVENTION, is it important to establish operating procedures?
For the purposes of PREVENTION, is it important to apply operating procedures?
In evaluating the RISK FACTORS, will the operator also have to take into consideration the design data of the APR?
Is there in Italy a body responsible for intervening in investigations in the event of ACCIDENTS?
The ultimate goal of the INCIDENT or Incident ANALYSIS is:
Definition of ACCIDENT in the aeronautical field:
With regard to an ACCIDENT, what is it correct to say?
How can we define THE PRIMARY CAUSE of an ACCIDENT and/or inconvenience?
For the purposes of identifying the CHAIN OF EVENTS, which element is considered necessary and sufficient?
How can we define the INTERCONNECTION between SECTORS CONCERNED WITH SECURITY?
The Italian AIRSPACE extends:
Considering only AIRSPACE G, which navigation services are provided?
What letter is UNCONTROLLED AIRSPACE?
How are the different types of AIRSPACE classified?
What is meant by “V70 AIRSPACE”?
Can we use a SAPR in the open countryside?
What does the acronym FIR stand for?
Is it permitted to fly within any AIRSPACE?
If I took ALCOHOLIC DRINKS 6 hours before the flight, can I still fly an APR?
Is the remote pilot allowed to perform his duties under the influence of PSYCHOACTIVE SUBSTANCES or ALCOHOL before or during the flight?
The remote pilot must refrain from performing his duties under the influence of PSYCHOACTIVE SUBSTANCES or ALCOHOL before or during the flight.
How does the use of SOFT DRUGS affect the remote pilot?
What effect does the use of LEGENDARY DRUGS have on man?
Taking ALCOHOL can cause several negative effects. One of them is:
What effect can ALCOHOL have?
What are the DRUGS with the highest probability of inducing SLEEP?
If you take DRUGS against SLEEP, you need to make sure that they do not have side effects in relation to:
In the case of taking DRUGS without the need for a medical prescription:
VISIBLE SYMPTOMS of STRESS what can they be?
Is STRESS generated every time man has to act against opposing forces?
Regarding STRESS, what is correct to say?
What kind of mistakes can STRESS usually lead to?
STRESS can be defined as
What can I do if I am forced to terminate a flight mission because the battery charge is at a minimum?
Which “STRESSORS” can be defined as PHYSIOLOGICAL?
Which statement is correct regarding the “GENERAL ADAPTATION SYNDROME”?
The performance of the remote pilot, on a HOT DRY day is:
The performance of the remote pilot, on a HOT AND HUMID day:
Regarding the CLIMATIC CONDITIONS, what is it correct to say?
When is HUMAN PERFORMANCE best? In a day:
The human performance, if it is too COLD is:
If it is too HOT and you are in a NOISY AREA, what kind of stress can arise?
If there is LOUD NOISE in the area of operations, how can it affect the performance of the mission?
In case you spent a sleepless night, the resulting sense of FATIGUE:
What are the main effects of LOSS OF SLEEP
During a day characterized by many demanding flight missions, in order to increase our performance, it is recommended:
If I have to perform a very difficult flight mission, I should try to:
If you happen to be very TIRED
The conditions of ANXIETY and FEAR:
What is the direct consequence of a FATIGUE condition?
What is the so-called PEER PRESSURE (peer pressure)?
What can we observe during the PARADOXAL SLEEP phase?
What is the main feature of MOTOR PROGRAMS?
What is SELECTIVE ATTENTION?
ATTENTION serves mainly to:
If a large number of external STIMULI arrives at the BRAIN:
If a large number of external STIMULI arrives at the BRAIN:
If we focus on one task without getting distracted, what kind of ATTENTION is triggered?
What we mean by SITUATION AWARENESS (SITUATIONAL AWARENESS):
What kind of ATTENTION allows us to perform multiple tasks at the same time?
What type of ATTENTION is essential for piloting an APR?
Definition of VISUAL ACUITY (OR ACUITY):
It is correct to say that THE EYE:
LIGHT STIMULI are transmitted to the BRAIN through:
With regard to VIEW, what is normally meant by "ADAPTATION"
The "ADAPTATION" time to changed lighting conditions is:
How long does it take for the eye to ADAP to low light conditions?
In conditions of poor LIGHT CONTRAST (e.g. dark) which visual problems can arise?
With regard to the SIDE VIEW, it is correct to state that:
With regard to the perception of a SOUND we can state that:
The transmission of information from the EYE to the BRAIN takes place:
If, due to loud NOISE, hearing loss occurs, it is due to:
What can HEARING LOSS BE CAUSED BY?
Definition of NOISE:
Which of these SENSES transmit the most information to the brain?
HEARING CAPACITY can be impaired by NOISE. In particular from:
The presence of a CONTINUOUS AND ANNOYING NOISE can be due to HUMAN ERROR:
A sudden NOISE occurring during an information processing mental process can lead, in the first instance, to a:
Does the information coming from the various parts of the body come to the BRAIN through?
What are the 5 SENSES?
What are the characteristics of the SENSE ORGANS?
JET-LAG is heavier and the re-establishment of BIOLOGICAL RHYTHMS (CIRCADIAN RHYTHMS) is more difficult when travelling:
What affects SLEEP DURATION?
Does the information coming from the various parts of the body come to the BRAIN through?
EXTERNAL STIMULI reach the brain:
Messages come to the BRAIN:
What can affect ATTENTION?
When can the BRAIN be “confused”?
LONG-TERM MEMORY: capacity is
What kind of MEMORY is stimulated by the continuous variation of images?
MEMORY understood in a general sense:
What type of MEMORY can physical fatigue have negative effects on?
How do we usually classify man's MEMORY?
Which statement is correct about LONG-TERM MEMORY?
In SHORT-TERM MEMORY, information is kept only for a few:
What kind of events is stored in MEMORY?
What does INFORMATION PROCESSING mean in general?
Before PROCESSING AN ACTION, our BRAIN:
If we are in a DARK condition, the images of bodies and objects will be in focus on our retina:
If we are in a DARK condition, to facilitate NIGHT VISION it is advisable to:
What does PERCEIVE mean?
Before the flight, the remote Pilot must check that the OPERATING ENVIRONMENT is respected, taking care to verify:
Before the flight, must the Remote Pilot check the OVERFLY AREA to avoid crowds of people inside it?
Before the flight the Remote Pilot must:
Before the flight, must the pilot check around him for a diameter of 50 m to avoid crowds of people inside?
Before the flight must the Remote Pilot check that the battery charge level is at least 50%?
Before a NIGHT FLIGHT, must the pilot check the reflective strips that allow to recognize the position and orientation within the volume of the airspace in which the operations are carried out and the buffer?
Before a NIGHT FLIGHT, will the remote pilot have to verify the functioning of the lights that allow to recognize the position and orientation within the volume of the airspace in which the operations are carried out and of the buffer?
What must the UAV Pilot check before a NIGHT FLIGHT?
What are the main RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE PILOT?
It is the remote PILOT'S RESPONSIBILITY for the safe operation of the SAPR during flight. Does this responsibility begin with the activation of the system and end when the system is grounded, deactivated and properly stored?
Should an EMERGENCY SITUATION arise which requires immediate decisions and actions, must the Pilot adopt all possible measures necessary to protect the personnel involved or not involved in the operations?
In the event of an EMERGENCY SITUATION that requires immediate decisions and actions, the Pilot must adopt all possible measures necessary to protect his own safety and property
In the event of an EMERGENCY SITUATION that requires immediate decisions and actions:
If, when PLANNING A FLIGHT, the remote pilot chooses to use a simpler UAV because he believes that the performance is sufficient, but the Operator requires him to have an UAV with superior safety features… which of the two is right?
If, when PLANNING A FLIGHT, the remote pilot thinks that a flight team technician has the skills and knowledge required for the operation in question, but the Operator is against the mission… which one is right?
WHAT SHOULD THE REMOTE PILOT CHECK BEFORE EVERY FLIGHT?
Can RESPONSIBILITY be delegated?
HUMAN FACTOR: what is the main purpose of the study of this element?
In analyzing the HUMAN FACTOR, what are the most important aspects to consider?
Is one aspect of the HUMAN FACTOR physiology?
What do we mean by "HUMAN FACTOR" or "HUMAN FACTOR"?
HUMAN FACTORS means the interaction between:
Definition of HUMAN FACTOR or HUMAN FACTOR:
What do we mean by the term "HUMAN FACTOR" or "HUMAN FACTOR"?
If I am 5 km lateral to the runway axis from a MILITARY AIRPORT, at what distances can I send the APR?
For overflying the RESERVED AREAS, the authorizations issued by ENAC:
In summary, what is the ATM-09 circular talking about?
If I own an APR with MOD <25KG, can I fly near AIRPORTS?
It is possible to fly in AIRSPACE over large cities:
To whom should I present the AIRSPACE RESERVE if I want to fly near civil airports or within airspaces where air traffic services are not provided?
If I intend to fly over cities with POR AIR SPACE:
If I intend to fly on the AIRPORT SITE, within ATZ and CTR or near airports:
The authorization of the competent PREFECTURE must be requested:
The request for AIRSPACE RESERVE in military areas:
The NULLA OSTA from the competent MILITARY body must be requested:
Outside the red, orange and yellow areas reported by Circular ATM-09 in civil airports:
Outside the red, orange and yellow areas reported by Circular ATM-09 in civil airports:
What is the meaning of the acronym ARP according to the ART. 5 C. 2 of the ENAC Regulation?
What is the reference point from which the distances envisaged by Circular ATM-09 are calculated?
Circular ATM-09 also applies to MODEL AIRCRAFT
The ATM-09 circular also applies to INDOOR DRONING ACTIVITIES
In ORANGE AREAS in civilian airports defined by ATM-09:
In YELLOW AREAS in civil airports defined by ATM-09:
In the RED AREAS in civilian airports defined by ATM-09:
If there is an OBSTACLE in the area of operations:
Where can I find the rules set up for the OCCUPANCY OF NATIONAL AIRSPACE?
To whom should I send the overflight request to CIVIL HOUSES AND/OR PENITENTIARY INSTITUTIONS:
FAQ ON ONLINE DRONE LICENSE
1) HOW TO GET THE DRONE LICENSE ONLINE?
After purchasing the BEST SELLER GUIDE WITH 535 QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS, you need to go to the ENAC website ( https://serviziweb.enac.gov.it/), log in and take the exam online. The practical part is no longer foreseen. Alternatively, it is possible to take the exam for free on the website indicated in appendix 2 of the manual .
2) WHEN DOES THE APR PILOT CERTIFICATE EXPIRE?
The APR pilot certificate (i.e. the A1/A3 DRONE LICENSE) expires after 5 years from the date of passing the online exam).
3) HOW DO YOU GET A DRONE LICENSE? HOW TO GET AN ENAC DRONE LICENSE? HOW TO GET A DRONE LICENSE ?
As mentioned in point 1, it is necessary to go to the ENAC website ( https://serviziweb.enac.gov.it/), log-in and take the exam online. The practical part is no longer foreseen.
4) WHAT ARE THE OPEN OPERATIONS?
By "OPEN" Operations we mean those operations conducted in VLOS with lower intrinsic risk.
5) WHEN DO YOU NEED A DRONE LICENSE? WHEN DO YOU NEED A DRONE LICENSE?
The drone license is required for drones from 250 grams to 25 kg. In any case, it is recommended to take it even when using drones weighing less than 250 g. in order to be able to request permission to fly over red areas (for example Natural Parks, large cities, etc. )
6) WHAT CAN YOU DO WITH THE DRONE LICENSE?
With the A1/A3 drone license it is possible to fly drones weighing up to 500 g. in urban environments and drones weighing up to 25 kg. away from congested areas
7) HOW MUCH DOES A DRONE PILOT COURSE COST?
Very little :-) thanks to the new legislation and our material, the total cost is 19.90 euros (VAT included )
8) HOW TO BECOME AN ENAC DRONE PILOT ?
After purchasing the BEST SELLER GUIDE WITH 535 QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS, you need to go to the ENAC website ( https://serviziweb.enac.gov.it/), log in and take the exam online. The practical part is no longer foreseen.
8) WHAT IF YOU DON'T HAVE A DRONE LICENSE?
Administrative fine up to 1032 euros + arrest up to 1 year.