Centrik helps business take off for self-regulating UAS operators

Centrik is now available for unmanned operators who require robust, high-quality management systems.

UAS operators concerned by growing calls for increased regulation can now hold the key to successful self-regulation thanks to operational management system Centrik.

Already used by airlines, operators, airports and regulators worldwide, Centrik is now available for UAS operators who seek a robust, high-quality management system built on a firm aviation foundation.

David Hunkin, Head of UAS at Centrik, says: “The UK CAA leads the world in UAS regulation with its ‘light touch’ approach but if this framework is to deliver the right balance of commercial freedom and competence in the more challenging operating environments, it is up to the UAS industry itself to set the standard. When it comes to safety processes, adopting best practice from manned aviation is, without a doubt, the best way to go. Centrik brings that rigour to the UAS sector and its easy adoption will allow UAS operators to both differentiate their business in the market and reassure regulators and clients of their high degree of competence and safety.”

Centrik is fully CAP 722 and EASA compliant and has been developed by UAS and aviation professionals who understand the importance of safety in the sky.

Accessible online via smartphone, tablet or computer, with offline app access, Centrik incorporates a variety of scalable modules including Safety, Risk, Compliance and Training. It provides complete, intuitive control.

The system is ideal for UAS operators servicing highly regulated industries such as the oil and gas, structural inspection or infrastructure markets where demonstrating high levels of competence and compliance are essential in securing contracts.