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Julian Gallego

   

Alter Technology TÜV Nord, Spain

Bio Data

Julian Gallego is Equipment & Certification Commercial Manager at Alter Technology TÜV Nord. He graduated as Aeronautical Engineer from the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain and holds a master degree in International Relations and Foreign Trade. He has extensive executive and management experience as international Director in Aviation, Defence, Security, Railway, Traffic and Public Transport sectors, with international experience in German, Spanish and Swiss Multinational Groups, in positions of Business Development, Global Accounts and International Project Management. In addition, he is Professor Master development and testing of UAS at Universidad Internacional de Andalucía. (UNIA), Collaborator Master in RPAS Universidad de Huelva (UHU), Chairman of CTN 028/SC 02 UAS “Unmanned Aeronautical Systems Committee, Member of ISO/TC 20/SC 16 Unmanned aircraft systems — Part 2: Product systems Committee, Chairman of CEN-CENELEC Workshop on “EGNOS enabled labelling and SDK validation”, Member of CTN 203/SC 79 – Alarms Systems Committee, Member of CTN 23/SC 03 and GT1 – Systems for automatic fire detection Committee, Member of CTN 199/SC 05 – Variable message panels for Traffic Committee, Member of Commissions and Workgroups in: AERPAS (Spanish RPAS Association); PESI (Spanish Technology Platform of Industrial Safety); TEDAE (Spanish Association of Defence Technology, Aeronautics and Space Administration); AES (Spanish Association of Security Companies); CERTALARM (European Association of Certification Entities).


Abstract

RPAS-related standard issues (incl. product safety) with references to the EUROCONTROL CONOPS; EASA’s NPA (published in May 2017); conclusions drawn from of the EUROCONTROL workshop this week & the EC U-Space workshop on 20 April 2017. The speaker also touches on RPA registration, remote pilot certification, RPAS operator certification; UTM/U-Space, RPAS standards (including product safety standards), the necessary priorities and how they should be dealt with. Furthermore, the following will be indicated: priorities relative to standards that should be dealt with at European level; expectations of the JARUS deliverables; the importance of defining “standard scenarios” for the “specific category” of RPAS operations relative to the shaping of U-Space.

 


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