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Thanks to this manual / exercise book you can easily and effortlessly pass the preparatory exam for obtaining the A2 LICENSE at ANY EASA COUNTRY !

In particular, thanks to the PARTNERSHIP that we have started with the most important drone school in Europe, you will receive a link to take the exam on conditions of absolute favor: only ‚ā¨ 31 with UNLIMITED ATTEMPTS (instead of ‚ā¨ 99 in the price list). Once you have passed the exam, you will have to upload the A1 / A3 and pay 20 ‚ā¨ for the EASA certificate to be sent by the Authority.

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The manual, the exercise book and the exam are entirely in ITALIAN.

The A2 certificate you will receive is valid in Italy and in every EUROPEAN country (see FAQ on the official EASA website: "Will the competency certificate for the 'open' category be recognized throughout Europe? Yes, training conducted in one EASA member state will be recognized in all others "." The training and exams can be conducted in a EASA member states of your choice. ")

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To allow you to pass the qualification exam without problems and effort, a SIMPLIFIED MANUAL has been designed based on the actual topics covered in the exam.

A real EXERCISER has also been added on which you can test your knowledge just like with a car license. Over 500 EXAMINATION QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS that will help you to better assimilate the most important notions and to easily enter the mechanisms of the test .

This manual with exercise book is the INDISPENSABLE TOOL in the study and review phase. This is the ONLY compendium of this type on the market! It can be considered the SYLLABUS OF EXAMINATION FOR THE DRONE A2 LICENSE!

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HERE ARE SOME EXAMPLES OF QUESTIONS THAT WILL BE FOUND IN THE TEST:

  • METEOROLOGY is the study of phenomena that mainly occur within:

  • What is METAR?

  • What does TAF stand for?

  • What is the difference between METEOROLOGY and CLIMATOLOGY?

  • Are RPAS machines designed to fly only in good weather?

  • The ATMOSPHERE is traditionally divided into several layers. Which ones are they?

  • What are the quantities that characterize the atmosphere and on which meteorological phenomena depend?

  • In the STANDARD ATMOSPHERE the temperature:

  • In the STANDARD ATMOSPHERE the pressure:

  • Is there humidity in the STANDARD ATMOSPHERE?

  • What causes the creation of the CLOUDS?

  • What are the two main classes in which we can classify clouds from a dynamic point of view?

  • For a cloud to form it is necessary that an air mass:

  • Normally the diameter of the droplets that make up a cloud is in the order of:

  • High clouds are divided into:

  • What does the wind cause?

  • In the absence of disturbing forces, what would the wind direction be:

  • The sea breeze:

  • What is the atmospheric phenomenon called WINDSHEAR:

  • Mechanical turbulence originates from artificial or natural obstacles at ground level:

  • In VLOS is it important to always remain in visual contact with the APR?

  • In case of rain or snow, the following will be compromised:

  • In case of mist or fog:

  • On a clear and sunny day you have to fly with the sun:

  • In the VLOS, the RPAS must be identifiable, as well as by the pilot, also by:

  • What is FOG?

  • What are the two most common types of fog:

  • What is the most favorable period for the formation of mists?

  • Visibility in the presence of haze is:

  • Normally the diameter of the droplets that make up the fog is in the order of:

  • What does the principle of continuity establish?

  • Can the section of a wing be assimilated to the section of half a Venturi tube?

  • The air that flows along the back of the wing compared to that which flows along the belly of the same, moves:

  • The back of the wing, with respect to the belly of the same, is located in:

  • What are the main factors that act on an RPAS in flight:

  • The force we have to apply on a body to get it off the ground must be:

  • The force that we have to apply on a body to get it off the ground is the same for both bodies heavier than air and for bodies lighter.

  • What does the Bernoulli principle establish?

  • Lift is imagined as a single force applied on:

  • Lift is the force directed towards:

  • When does resistance arise?

  • The force opposed to resistance is:

  • What are the two main components of resistance?

  • Regarding the interference resistance, the multicopters in aerodynamic terms are:

  • Induced resistance develops:

  • In a multicopter the wing surface is represented:

  • The values ‚Äč‚Äčof Depression compared to those of Pressure are distributed in the following percentage:

  • Multi-engine aircraft are characterized by being?

  • When can an aircraft be defined as statically stable?

  • What is the definition of dynamic stability?

  • What the rotor of a multicopter produces during rotation

  • In a four-engine:

  • In the hovering flight of a quadcopter:

  • Definition of yaw:

  • Roll definition:

  • Can the RPA pilot decide to exceed the weight limitations stated in the Flight Manual?

  • Is the center of gravity an important factor for the stability of the APR?

  • Does the aircraft need to be weighed every time there is a major change in configuration or repair?

  • How do you get the position of the center of gravity with respect to the datum?

  • The APR Weighing Process:

  • Payload, or payload, can be applied:

  • What is meant by Payload?

  • Payload application goes to modify

  • The payload, compared to a "typical" quadcopter:

  • Applying a banner below the drone:

  • What is the internal component of the RPAS that does not allow to exceed certain limits?

  • Where are the limitations expressed by the manufacturer reported?

  • An example of limitations expressed by the Manufacturer can be:

  • Can the operator change the limitations set by the manufacturer?

  • The most common limitations foreseen in the Flight Manual are:

  • What is meant by flight envelope?

  • Can the flight envelope be described in a diagram?

  • Is the drone's performance affected by altitude?

  • Should the battery voltage be monitored even during the flight?

 

  • Battery life:

  • The presence of ice and snow:

  • It is advisable to charge the batteries:

  • What is failsafe?

  • After how many seconds from the loss of the signal, on average, does the failsafe trigger?

  • Once the failsafe is triggered, the drone:

  • What is Command Override:

  • An example of Command Override can be:

  • The Check Lists usually concern the phase (s):

  • One of the most important things to check before flying is to check that you have valid insurance coverage:

  • Why is it essential to always carry out a pre-flight check using a specific checklist?

  • Is it advisable to have a check list also during the flight?

  • What would be the best figure to monitor the checklist during the flight?

  • If we find that the compass is not calibrated while the UAS is already in flight, the first thing to do is:

  • In case of loss of the link between radio and UAV we will have to:

  • In case of loss of the GPS signal we will have to:

  • If we lose sight of the drone for any reason, it will be appropriate:

  • If we lose orientation with respect to the UAV it is appropriate:

  • What does it mean in practice to "end" a flight?

  • Is the presence of a flight termination system important?

  • In which scenarios is there an obligation to mount an independent flight terminator on the UAV and dissimilar from the primary control system?

  • Is it mandatory to couple a parachute to the terminator?

  • Because it is important to have the possibility to finish the flight even if we are carrying out a mission cd. not critical?

  • It is not important, in fact in these cases the terminator is not mandatory

  • Before embarking on the mission, the Pilot must:

  • Before embarking on the mission, the Pilot will always have to analyze the area of ‚Äč‚Äčoperations by asking himself a series of questions.

  • If you carry out a transaction on behalf of third parties, is it mandatory to have entered into an agreement with the customer?

  • The first assessment to be made before carrying out a mission is whether the mission itself is:

  • If the flight is planned in an urban area, the operation will be:

  • If the flight must take place on the coast line in the period between 1 July and 30 September

  • Is the definition of the objectives of the operation important for the purpose of verifying compliance with the rules?

  • The high visibility jacket bearing the words "UAS PILOT" is mandatory:

  • If the weather conditions exceed the limits specified in the Flight Manual

  • What are the two macro-categories in which Operations with UAS are distinguished in Italy?

  • How Non-Specialized Transactions are defined by the Regulations

  • The Specialized Operations are divided into

 

  • How many standard scenarios are envisaged for Critical OS

  • Do the Standard scenarios represent a facilitation for the Pilot?

  • What are the surface areas involved in an Operation?

  • The representation of the operations area on the map:

  • After defining the Operations area and the other affected areas, it is advisable to:

  • If we have more alternatives, we will have to opt for an operation:

  • Could the presence of sources of disturbance to the GPS signal be a valid reason to search for an alternative area for operations?

  • Which body gave the definition of SAFETY contained in the Safety Management Manual (Doc. 8959)?

  • What does the acronym SMS mean in the aeronautical field:

  • An SMS allows you to:

  • What do we identify with the following definition "situation potentially capable of producing or allowing the development of events that may prevent the achievement of the set objectives and / or give rise to accidents or damage to human health and the environment":

  • What are the main types of risk identification methods?

  • The hazard identification process must take place:

  • What is the risk assessment based on?

  • Definition of Risk Probability:

  • For the purposes of assessing the severity of the risk, it is appropriate to take into account

  • What is the risk matrix?

  • Who is responsible for Planning the Operation for Safety purposes

  • Is it correct to say that the main purpose of SAFETY is the identification of those responsible for the dangerous events that may have led to the accident or incident?

  • In terms of SAFETY, are the pilot and operator required to avoid damage to people and / or things at any cost, even at the cost of not flying the aircraft?

  • For the purpose of lowering the level of RISK, can the reduction of exposure to risk temporally be considered an adequate and acceptable factor?

  • For the business to be sustainable, the cost of security must be:

  • The Human Invoice concerns:

  • The risk of trespassing of horizontal and vertical distances without an intrinsic limitation is

  • The distance from the operational scenario:

  • Is the latency of the commands higher in the case of piloting a "manned" aircraft or an SAPR?

  • The BVLOS flight:

  • What is meant by Goodairmanship?

  • What is meant by Situational Awareness?

  • Which figure has the task of providing all the means and tools necessary for the Transaction?

  • The use of checklists in the material preparation phase is:

  • Mandatory manuals must be part of the equipment available during the Operation:

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