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Journal of the Korea Institute of Military Science and Technology 2016;19(5):654-661.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.9766/KIMST.2016.19.5.654   
Airworthiness Standard Analysis about a Korea Fixed Wing Unmanned Aircraft
Joon-Wan Lim, Jin-Chul Roh, Joon Soo Ko
1Korea Aerospace Industry
2School of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering, Korea Aerospace University
국내 고정익 무인항공기 감항인증 기술기준분석
임준완, 노진철, 고준수
1한국항공우주산업
2한국항공대학교 항공우주 및 기계공학부
Abstract
An unmanned aircraft refers to an aircraft which carries no human pilot and is operated under remote control or in autonomous operational mode. An unmanned aircraft system consist of a one system which include UAV(s), UAV control station and data link, etc. As the UAVs can perform the dull, dangerous and difficult missions, various kinds of UAVs with different sizes and weights have been developed and operated for both civil and military areas. It is important to develop the airworthiness certification criteria of the UAVs to minimize the risks of fatal impacts on human life and environment and to achieve the equivalent level of safety to the manned aircraft. Analysis of the KAS Part 23 and STANAG 4671 can provide guidelines for the generation of the airworthiness certification criteria for the UAVs in civil application.
Key Words: Unmanned Aircraft System, Airworthiness, Certification Criteria, UAS Control Station, Command and Control, Data Link


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