Antidio Viguria has a PhD from University of Seville and is Head of the Avionics and Systems Dept. at FADA-CATEC since 2008. He was a researcher from 2006 to 2008 at the Georgia Institute of Technology (Atlanta, USA) granted by Fulbright, working on robotics systems. His PhD thesis on multi-robot cooperation obtained the 2010 CONET PhD award and he is the author of more than 80 peer reviewed publications. He was the work-package leader and responsible of FADA-CATEC work for 6 FP7 projects related with UAS and aerial system technologies (ARCAS, EC-SAFEMOBIL, PLANET, MUAC-IREN, EUROC and FieldCopter), 2 SESAR projects (ARIADNA and DEMORPAS) and he is right now for 8 H2020 projects. He has been the Principal Investigator of more than 30 national R&D projects related to aerial system technologies, while he participated in other FP6, NASA, DARPA and Spanish R&D funded projects. Moreover, he is leading
the SORA FT within WG-105 and is also leading the SGT1.2 in the RPAS Advisory Commitee of AESA. Finally, he has been CATEC Project Leader working directly with companies such as: Airbus D&S, GMV, Isdefe, INDRA, Deimos, etc.
This presentation will briefly explain the work of SGT1.2 within the RPAS Advisory Committee of AESA where the minimum system requiremetns that have been established. These minimum systems requirements have been created for a set of systems already identified in the current Spanish RPAS regulation but taken into account the SORA methodology and the integrity and assurance levels that are considered in SORA 2.0 version.