Aerospace Battle Management
Aerospace Battle Management (ABM) is a key defence capability that orchestrates the aircraft and airspace, to keep the UK skies safe and protect the UK’s defence interests.
Applying Bowtie Analysis to Offshore Operations
Osprey recently used Bowtie analysis as part of a drive to understand the risks associated with operating a remote offshore helideck with aviation fuelling facilities in support of Offshore Renewable Energy O …
Osprey is pleased to announce that we were selected to provide support to the MOD for the development of the A400M ATLAS Safety Case.
AGL CAT 3 Resilience Study for a Major International Airport
Aeronautical Ground Lighting (AGL) is an essential part of an airport’s Category 3 “Facility” and the service level requirements are set out in CAP 168. However, in comparison with complex equipment, such as Instrument Landing Systems (ILS), the level of safety assurance applied can be significantly different.
Airport Pre-Inspection Audit
A major regional airport were keen to maintain their high level of air traffic control service and demonstrate this ability during their regular audit by the CAA Safety Regulation Group (SRG) (now Safety and Airspace Regulation Group, SARG).
Osprey has been supporting Ascent Flight Training Ltd through the provision of Airworthiness assurance support with a number of its programmes.
Bandirran Wind Farm – Aviation Impact Assessment
Banks Renewables proposed the development of a six turbine wind farm, known as Bandirran Wind Farm, to be located near Balbeggie in Perth and Kinross District.
CAA UAS Programme Support
Osprey was recently appointed to support the UK CAA UAS Programme. The work we are delivering will feed directly into UK Government policy as well as influence European and International policy direction for RPAS.
Cross Runway Operations for a Major Regional Airport
Ahead of the start of essential maintenance on their main operating runway, which required it to be re-surfaced, a major regional airport asked Osprey to conduct an assessment of possible operations on their shorter secondary runway.