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    Publishing Information

    This BSI Flex was sponsored by UK Research and Innovation (UKRI). Its development was facilitated by BSI Standards Limited, and it was released under licence from The British Standards Institution. It came into effect on 31 August 2023.

    Acknowledgement is given to Anthony Venetz as the technical author, and the following organizations that were involved in the development of this BSI Flex as members of the Advisory Group:

    • Across Safety Development Ltd
    • Altitude Angel
    • Arcadis Consulting (UK) Ltd
    • Association of Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems UK (ARPAS- UK)
    • Auriga Aerospace
    • Blue Bear Systems Research
    • BT
    • Burges Salmon
    • Cranfield University
    • Custom Interconnect Ltd
    • Dronecloud
    • Flight Crowd
    • HeroTech8
    • Midlands Aerospace Alliance
    • Highlands and Islands Airport
    • UKRI

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    This BSI Flex is not to be regarded as a PAS or British Standard.

    The BSI Flex process enables a standard to be rapidly developed, on an iterative basis, in order to fulfil an immediate stakeholder, need. A BSI Flex can be considered for further development as a PAS or British Standard or constitute part of the UK input into the development of a European or international standard.

    The content in this version is part of an iterative process. It is likely to change from time to time with subsequent iterations.

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    This is Version 1 of BSI Flex 1903, which has been released to enable stakeholders to engage with the initial content and feedback comments for further versions of the document to be developed. This is the first public consultation of this BSI Flex and so the content is not to be considered as having received wider feedback. Users are therefore encouraged to comment on this version.

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    Copyright is claimed on term 3.1.14, 3.1.57, 3.1.58, and 3.1.59 copyright holder is ASTM, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, Conshohocken, PA United States. Reprinted, with permission, from ASTM International, Autonomy Design and Operations in Aviation: Terminology and Requirements Framework, 2019, copyright ASTM International. A copy of the complete standard may be obtained from www.astm.org.

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