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  • DO-389 – OSED for Counter UAS in Controlled Airspace, Counter Unmanned Aircraft System
  • To prevent disruptions from unauthorized Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS), the airspace around an airport needs to be protected and these activities need to be detected and reported at the earliest possible stage to flight crews, Air Traffic Control, airports and responsible authorities. In accordance with national regulations, neutralization of the UAS, through the Unmanned Aircraft (UA), the Command & Control Datalink (C2 Link), the Remote Pilot Station (RPS) or even the Remote Pilot (RP), could be considered as part of a risk-based response. The scope of this Operational Services and Environment Definition (OSED) is to introduce the overall capability of a C-UAS System, including the detection capabilities of unauthorized UAS in a protected area of influence around an airport and address the resulting hazard or threat, in a risk-based balanced manner. The OSED document provides a detailed description of the operational services of a C-UAS system, and the environment in which such a system will operate. It proposes operational requirements and associated assumptions that will be further detailed in the complementary standard documents: Safety and Performance Requirements (SPR) and Interoperability Requirements (INTEROP).
  • DO-389-PDF
  • Electronic
  • SC-238
  • 3/18/2021