EUSCG is happy to announce the publication of the fifth version of the Rolling Development Plan (RDP). It is the result of a consolidated effort of all its members. The benefit of the RDP is well known to the UAS community as it provides a general overview of all major standardisation activities to cover UAS domain. For the organisations doing business in Europe the biggest advantage is that the standards from the RDP are mapped to the regulatory framework which allows a better understanding of the overall UAS landscape.

With 12 meetings organised overall, the EUSCG proved to be a very important forum to ensure a harmonised approach to seek integration of UAS both at regulatory and operational levels in the existing aviation framework but also with a focus to streamline the UAS standardisation activities.


EUSCG approves a new version of the UAS Rolling Development Plan

7 February 2020, Brussels

The 11th EUSCG meeting was hosted by EASA in Brussels. 

EUSCG members reviewed and approved the changes to the previous version of the RDP, updating in particular the regulatory side to reflect the recently approved EU regulation on drones.

The participants emphasised the importance of further and more close collaboration and uniting the effort to serve the UAS community in an effective and efficient way.

The RDP v4.0 is available in the RDP section of the website.