Whether for recreational, sporting or commercial purposes, the use of unmanned aerial systems (UAS) is steadily increasing. Even though drones are freely available for sale, operation in airspace without an official permit is only permitted within narrow limits.
The reasons for this lie in the wide range of possible uses, in the context of which hazards and impairments, for example to privacy, nature conservation, safety or noise protection, can quickly arise. But also impairments of manned aircraft are possible, which can have fatal consequences in the worst case. Due to such dangers, rules have been established by the legislator to minimize the risk for third parties, but at the same time to enable a safe and, above all, fair integration of drones in the airspace. Illegal operation of unmanned aerial vehicles can result in fines or even criminal proceedings.
For this reason, we have developed the free e-learning "Drones 1×1", which provides aspiring drone pilots with the necessary basic knowledge and can be used as an ideal supplement to the LBA online course A1/A3.
Contents at a glance
- Drone categories and classes
- National regulations
- Operation in the special category
- Geographical areas
- Droniq App
- Drone ABC, Glosssar, Definitions &
- Further information and links
Scope of delivery
After successful order, you will receive an e-mail with access to the free online training of the Droniq Academy. The training takes about 2-3 hours.
- PC: Windows, Mac OS
- Tablet/Smartphone: Windows, iOS, Android
- Internet access: DSL or LTE
- Internet browsers: Google Chrome (recommended), Mozilla Firefox, Edge and Apple Safari
Most current end devices and connections already have these requirements as standard, so no special technical means are necessary.