Ontario-Template-rdims-12497439-v1-standardized_uav_sfoc_application_-_onatrio_region-002.doc

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You will find specific references to the CAR’s throughout this application form and you are required to fully understand them as they form the legal basis for the information you are requested to provide. http://www.tc.gc.ca/eng/acts-regulations/regulations-sor96-433.htm 3. The Staff Instruction (SI) No. 623-001 is a Transport Canada document which provides Inspectors with guidance on the review and processing of an application for an SFOC for the operation of UAV’s. This is the main document used to determine whether you are eligible for issuance of an SFOC UAV. The SI provides specific guidance to the Inspectors as to what to look for in an application, and also serves as a very specific resource to applicants in preparing their application. http://www.tc.gc.ca/eng/civilaviation/standards/general-recavi-uav-4161.html 4. TP 15263 – Knowledge Requirements for Pilots of Unmanned Air Vehicle Systems (UAV) 25 kg or Less, Operating within Visual Line of Sight. This is a document that provides a guide to what you as a UAV Operator should know at a minimum. If you are not knowledgeable in these subjects listed it is strongly recommended that you seek education from one of the many education resources available within Canada. http://www.tc.gc.ca/eng/civilaviation/publications/page-6557.html 5. To help you find training resources, refer to the following link for Unmanned Systems Canada. They have links to training providers within Canada. https://unmannedsystems.ca/ 6. SFOC’s are authorizations that allow for risk based aviation activities that can not or may not meet all the Canadian Aviation Regulations. To help allow what are considered “Low Risk” operations to be carried out with a minimum of regulatory oversight, Transport Canada has promulgated two exemptions. These exemptions take the place of SFOC’s as long as the operator is complies with each and every condition listed on the applicable exemption. If an operator is unable to comply with any conditions, they are required to apply for and operate under an SFOC. http://www.tc.gc.ca/eng/civilaviation/standards/standards-4179.html 7. The above link also provides links to other resources for UAV operators. Of note is the fact that just because you are an SFOC Holder, or are in the process of applying for an SFOC, you are still 25 | P a g e
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Transport Canada Special Flight Operations Certificate (UAV) Application Form – RDIMS-#12337570 able to work in accordance with the exemptions provided you comply with all of the conditions. Reference the Advisory Circular (AC) Guidance Material for Operating Unmanned Air Vehicle Systems under an Exemption for detailed explanations for each of the 37 or 58 conditions 26 | P a g e
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  • Summer '14
  • mickey
  • certificate applicant, UAV Operations, Special Flight Operations, Flight Operations Certificate, Transport Canada Special

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