Architecture & Certification
Create an architecture and certify your company
We develop UTM architectures and help you with CIS and USSP certification.
Start building your architecture with the help of AirHub Consultancy to prepare your certification. Our experts and partners can help you to set up a compliant architecture and help you with the certification process.
1. Compliant architecture
As a USSP, you will need to meet requirements regarding the interface with the CIS and/or ATS provider(s). Also, you need to fulfil requirements for data and information sharing and use specific information exchange models and protocols. If you are a Civil Aviation Authority, ANSP or potential USSP or CIS, we can support you with our technical know-how as a EUROCAE member, operational experience and TOGAF certified partner on how to set up the U-space architecture, the Dynamic Reconfiguration concept and required information flows.
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2. CIS & USSP certification
To become a U-space service provider (USSP) or common information service (CIS) provider, you need to set up a robust management system and have a solid business plan. Furthermore, a security management system and occurrence reporting system must be developed, as well as an operations manual including a contingency and emergency response plan. Together with our partners we can help you set up the required documentation, train your personnel and implement all systems and processes.
As a competent authority, you must be able to perform the certification of potential USSP and CIS, maintain oversight and enforce safety where necessary. To do this, you will need technical and operational capacity and expertise. We can help you set up an efficient and compliant certification process, oversight mechanism and enforcement processes and train your personnel to perform these tasks.
Webinar: Preparing for U-Space
Drones have the potential to greatly benefit the European and global economies. The recent implementation of Commission Regulation (EU) 2021/664 on a regulatory framework for U-space is expected to encourage the development of drone-based services that can contribute to this potential.