ISO issues first set of global standards for drones 21 11 2018 As part of the increased use of drones worldwide, the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) has published a draft version of the first ever set of standards for drone operations to apply globally, in a bid to make drone operations safer and more efficient. The rules are expected to be adopted worldwide in 2019 and to this end, ISO has invited professionals, academics and businesses to submit comments by 21 January. The voluntary standards, which resulted from a three-year work, include operational requirements for drones, on safety and security, flying "etiquette" around no-fly zones, geo-fencing technology that can impede flights in restricted areas, flight logging requirements, as well as training and maintenance standards. Drones are gaining more and more ground to the maritime and offshore industry, as they are able in spotting and avoiding hazards at sea, while they are also popular in maritime surveillance. Drones can conduct inspections of cargo tanks and holds, which is dangerous for crew. In addition, dangerous gases cause many fatalities at sea, as enclosed cargo holds may contain noxious gases. Drones can also carry out inspections at height, assess the structural integrity of a vessel or to monitor the loading of cargo. Moreover, operators are also using drones to assess the condition of assets, such as oil rigs, pipelines and offshore turbines, thus also reducing the need for risky human inspections. The EU Transport Commissioner Violeta Bulc initiated in October the European network for drone demonstration projects. The network aims to share knowledge on how to keep drone operations safe, secure and green. It focuses on the U-space: a system that connects all drones flying in the air and that makes all drones visible for authorities and citizens. Meanwhile, the UK government is reportedly working on a UK Drone Bill, expected early in 2019, aiming to create its own regulatory framework on drones.


Diğer Haberler:
  • IMO maritime data solution available after launch in Antigua and Barbuda
  • Crew members compensated for reporting owner’s illegal oil discharge
  • Shearwater awarded survey contract in Turkey
  • Precautionary approach over marine geoengineering solutions for climate change
  • World’s first commercial drone deliveries to vessels at anchorage tested
  • SSTL releases first images from S-Band Synthetic Aperture Radar satellite, NovaSAR-1
  • MEPC 73
  • EU approves Denmark’s tonnage tax scheme extension
  • Organising the switch to low-sulphur fuel | John LaRese, ExxonMobil
  • World Maritime Day theme 2019: "Empowering Women in the Maritime Community"
  • 835 Ships Scrapped in 2017
  • BWM
  • Agreement reached to increase minimum wage for seafarers
  • Oily Mixtures (“Oily Bilge Water”) Management for Oceangoing Vessels of less than 400 Gross Tons
  • Italy takes lead on SOLAS fire fighter radio specification
  • Annual report for 2017
  • İngiltere sahil güvenlikte tutulan gemiler
  • İçten yanmalı motorlardan çıkan emisyonlar
  • BlackseaMou kapsamında tutulan gemiler
  • AB emisyon izinleri en yüksek düzeyde
  • Etkinlikler
  • Çevre Haberleri
  • Starry night - Depremler ve Gökyüzü
  • Marshall Adaları Denizcilik İdaresinden
  • What is on the agenda for MSC 99?
  • MEPC 72
  • Shipping Firm Fined USD 1 Mn for Pollution Crimes
  • SERA GAZI EMİSYONLARININ TAKİBİ
  • Compensation regime for Hazardous and Noxious Cargoes a step closer
  • Panama Canal decreases maximum draft for new locks
  • Kıyı tesisleri deniz kirliliği zorunlu mali sorumluluk sigortası
  • New UAE updates on spill dispersants and ships carrying oil products
  • California Ballast Water Management
  • IMO PPR 6 agrees on draft Guidelines for 2020 sulphur cap
  • Large Yacht Code: Retrospective requirements for existing yachts
  • Hong Kong: New and amended legislation under SOLAS
  • CSS Code Annex 14
  • Balast suyu işletmesi -haberler
  • SOLAS 2014
  • Mediterranean SOx emission control area study begins
  • MPA Singapore extends mandatory use of MFM system
  • Guidance on LNG Bunkering to Port Authorities and Administrations
  • MARPOL değişiklikleri
  • Chinese Pollution Regulations – Fines for failure to contract with SPRO
  • İstanbul Boğazında Deniz Kirliliği görüntüleri
  • Telsiz operatör yeterlilikleri ve sınav yönetmeliğinde değişiklikler
  • IBIA Wants Clarifications For High Sulphur Bunker Carriage Ban
  • Requirements for MARPOL surveys in RMI-flagged yachts
  • Emergency escape breathing devices (EEBDs) onboard the Panama flag vessels
  • EU adopts proposal to revise system for shipping emissions monitoring
  • Turkey proceeds to further rise in pollution fines
  • EU approves amended rules for ship inspection organisations
  • ClassNK releases Guidelines for Use of Drones in Class Surveys
  • Baltık kuru yük endeksi ve Petrol Fiatları,piyasa haberleri
  • Turkey ratifies ship recycling convention
  • -Comittee on Pollution Prevention and Response(PPR)
  • MSC 100th session
  • Tubitak proje teklifleri
  • Montreux Sözleşmesi
  • Addressing marine plastic litter from ships – action plan adopted
  • Port Reception facilities
  • Tüm Haberler
  • Konuyla İlgili Kitaplar
    © Prof. Dr. Mükerrem Fatma İlkışık
    Her Hakkı Saklıdır.

    Bu Site Bilgi Amaçlıdır Olup, İçeriğin Doğruluğu Hakkında Garanti Vermez.
    Bu Konularda Her Zaman IMO'nun Son Baskıları ve Genelgeleri Takip Etmeniz ve Klas Kuruluşunuza Başvurmanız Önerilir.
    SafranNET HazırSite ile hazırlanmıştır
    SafranNET ©