European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), European Union
Yves Morier was born 1956, is married, and has two daughters. Graduated from the French Civil Avaition Academy (ENAC: Ecole nationale de l’aviation civile) in 1978 as an Air Transport Engineer. After his military service, he became deputy-head of a regional office of the French Civil Aviation Authority (DGAC) (1979-1985) and then joined the DGAC’s airworthiness, operations & licencing rulemaking office (1985-1991). From 1991 to 2004, he was Regulations Director at the Joint Aviation Authorities (JAA). He joined EASA in 2004, as Head of the Department Product Safety in the Rulemaking Directorate and moved to the Safety Information & Reporting Department in the Executive Directorate in 2010. He was head of the Professional & Organisational Development (2013-2014) and head of the General Aviation & Drones Department in the Certification Directorate (2014-2016). Since Sept. 2016, he is full time coordinator for drone activities at EASA, and principal advisor to the Director of Flight Standards. In March 2017, he was elected as chairman of JARUS by its members .
The presentation will provide an update on EASA activities related to UAS and notably on:
• The state of play on the draft implementing act (Operations and registration) and the delegated act (procedures for CE marking and technical requirements) relative to UAS: main discussion points, planning for adoption
• The intended rulemaking tasks: Certified category and U-space
• EASA role in the network of demonstrators
• EASA activities relative to Urban Air Mobility
• Cooperation with other entities.