At Survey Drones Ireland we believe that quality training is a critical part of drone operations. Our training will benefit you greatly progressing with your knowledge and understanding of safe, efficient and legal drone operations. Throughout the years we have seen countless situations where operators are not aware of the many pitfalls every aspect of drone operations present. Oftentimes resulting in costly consequences from crashed drones to incorrect data processing.
Inadequate training can quickly amplify the risks involved with both controlling a drone and processing acquired survey data such as accurately geotagged images and ground control. Our training courses have been built upon a wealth of knowledge and experience that will steer you clear of pitfalls and help you mitigate the risk associated with every aspect of drone operations.
Great quality training allows you to be confident in carrying out safe, efficient and legal operations while knowing that you delivered a great product to the client.
To find out more about the courses we have on offer get in touch with us at any stage.
You can find all the courses that we offer Here. If you require further information on any of these courses you can drop us a line on firstname.lastname@example.org or go to the contact page of our website and send us a message.
Before you decide on what course you are going to take with us, here are a couple of Videos explaining how to set yourself up on MySRS Portal. In order for you to Fly Drones in Ireland and the rest of Europe you must be registered. You are registering yourself as a Pilot not the Drone. You will receive a 16 Digit UAS Operator Number starting with ‘IRL- ‘ this number must be on all your Drones. You can go to a website company that designs QR code stickers, you can purchase and then stick them on your Drone.
click the link here iaa.mysrs.ie this will bring you to the MySRS portal.
Yes you can in certain locations. Please check the Aeronautical Notice U04-Geographical Zones Ver 18 on the IAA website. scan this QR code to access the PDF Document Or Click Here.
Yes, Even though the rules state all drones above 250grams must be registered. the DJI Mini is 249grams but has the ability to capture personal data and because of this you have to register to fly this drone.
You will need to be a holder of an Operational Authorisation under the Specific Category. This is a two day course and the information about the course and the course content is listed above.
Yes the SOP & PCC System will be closed and no longer valid from the 1st of January 2022. If you wish to operate similar to the old SOP & PCC system you must complete the new EU Specific Category Course. Information about this course is listed above. If you have further questions by all means get in touch.