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Workshop: Requirements for SAIL IV Drone Operations

Workshop to analyze the requirements of SAIL IV drone operations, the concerns of the OEM and how to overcome hurdles. Many operators and OEMs are concerned about the requirements by EASA to fly in urban areas or above people. For logistics and infrastructure inspections but also for rescue services or large scale surveyance it is immanent to fly above cities and people with drones. In most cases these operations are described with SAIL IV operations, because of the Safe Operations Risk Analysis (SORA). The workshop will discuss these requirements and provide insights about the options to master the requirements.

The workshop will not provide a battle of slides but allows to delve into a discussion about apparent challenges that may not be challenges at all. Also, it is intended to collect information for a checklist how to tackle the SAIL IV requirements as an OEM.

Workshop Profile

Date: April 12, 2024  

Speaker: Matthias Vyshnevskyy  

Topic: Workshop Requirements for SAIL IV Drone Operations 


The Workshop Requirements for SAIL IV Operations will delve into the intricacies of ensuring drone compliance with SAIL IV conditions. Led by renowned expert Matthias Vyshnevskyy, this workshop aims to provide clarity on what Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) must deliver to provide the base for operators to gain approval for drone operations under SAIL IV conditions. Participants will engage in in-depth analyses, exploring necessary mitigations, understanding the significance of requirements like DAL C for software development, and discovering alternative measures to meet stringent standards.

Throughout the workshop, participants will have the opportunity to voice their doubts and challenges, leveraging real-world examples to tailor solutions that align with their unique circumstances. By the end of the session, attendees will collaboratively develop a comprehensive checklist for OEMs, outlining steps to design robust drones ready for operation under SAIL IV standards.

Relevant documents 

MOC 2510, MOC 2511, MOC 2512, Special Condition Light-UAS.2235, EASY Access Rules, EASA Guidelines

Target Audience

– OEMs and manufacturers of civil drones

– Design organizations

– Military drone manufacturers seeking certification for civil environments 


– Free for UAV DACH Members

– €200 for Non-Members  (plus VAT)


– 9:00 AM – 9:30 AM: Registration and Networking 

– 9:30 AM – 10:45 AM: Introduction to SAIL IV Drone Operations and Overview 

– 10:45 AM – 12:00 PM: Analysis of OEM Requirements, Mitigation Strategies, and Understanding Requirements such as DAL C

– 12:00 PM – 12:30 PM: Development of Checklist for OEMs 

– 12:30 PM: Workshop Conclusion and Q&A 

Speaker Bio

Matthias Vyshnevskyy is a seasoned expert in drone certification and compliance, with over 15 years of experience in the aerospace industry. He has worked extensively with OEMs, the military, and industry stakeholders to navigate complex certification processes. Matthias Vyshnevskyy brings a wealth of knowledge and practical insights to his workshops, empowering participants to achieve compliance excellence. He leads the Compentece Group Design & Manufacturing at UAV DACH. At ESG he works as head of certification of drones and and operations manager drones.


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