Since 01 January 2021, new drone rules have been in force across Europe, which are governed by Regulations (EU) 2019/947 and 2019/945. They harmonize the requirements for drone flight in the individual member states. In this context, drone pilots must also acquire other licenses in categories A1/A3 or A2.
Prepare for your remote pilot certificate exam at your own pace and independent of time and place with our drone training for remote pilots A2. You will receive your personal access to our Droniq Academy and can use the online training for an unlimited time. The training takes about eight to ten hours and can be completed in one to two weeks, depending on your previous knowledge.
Learning objective checks at the end of a chapter show the learner possible gaps in knowledge and offer the opportunity to work on specific learning content again. At the end of the online training, there is the possibility to test the acquired knowledge once again across all learning areas. In this way, you can prepare for the exam for the drone driver's license at your own pace.
Once you are fit for the remote pilot exam, we also offer exam dates for obtaining the EU remote pilot certificate / drone license in subcategory A2.
Contents at a glance
- Meteorology (e.g. introduction, weather influences, wind, temperature, visibility, air density, weather forecasts)
- UAS flight performance (including typical operating ranges, mass, balance, center of gravity location, influence of payloads, securing payloads, knowledge of battery/battery modes of operation, avoiding unsafe conditions,
- Technical and operational mitigation of risks on the ground (including slow flight mode, estimation of distances, 1:1 rule).
Scope of delivery
After successful order, you will receive by email the access to the drone training for remote pilots A2 (online training) of Droniq Academy. The training duration is about 8-10 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.