Archive for the ‘Air/Space Vehicles & Systems’ Category

Managing the Risk of Drone Operations

Look out for us at Renewable UK’s International Health and Safety 2018 at the SEC in Glasgow. This is RUK’s 14th international event dedicated to Health and Safety for the renewable energy sector. The event will bring together those working for the highest possible standards of health and safety in renewable energy around the world. Nigel […]

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Osprey Safety Case gains CAA Approval for West Wales Airport

West Wales Airport (WWA) recently contracted Osprey to provide safety assurance support as part of the West Wales Sector Implementation Project. This project plays an integral part in continuing to develop the unique capability of WWA for Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) operators. It is currently the only site in Europe that can enable the flying […]

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Osprey supports UK Space Agency in the development of Spaceflight Regulations

The latest Queen’s speech outlined measures to create new powers to license a wide range of new commercial spaceflight operations, including vertically-launched rockets, spaceplanes, spaceports and other technologies. Shortly afterwards, the introduction of the UK Space Industry Bill to the House of Lords on 27th June 2017 was a critical step towards the creation of the […]

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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&M.

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What is Bowtie Analysis?

Bowtie analysis provides a graphical way of representing the risks to a project, and the measures in place, or planned, to manage those risks. They can be a useful complement, or alternative, to risk registers and hazard logs, which enables a cross-disciplinary approach to identifying and managing the activities of any organisation, but are particularly […]

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We’re presenting at the Royal Aeronautical Society RPAS Seminar

Look out for us at the Royal Aeronautical Society seminar ‘A Risk Based Approach to RPAS Operations’. Nigel Hewitt will deliver a presentation jointly with Airbus Defence & Space on our risk based approach to High Altitude Pseudo Satellite (HAPS) operations. We’ll explain our strategy and approach to the safe integration of the Zephyr-S system […]

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Osprey wins new contract with Airbus to provide safe separation assessment of the Zephyr-S Unmanned Aircraft

Osprey is pleased to announce the award of a new contract by Airbus to provide a safe separation assessment of the Zephyr-S Unmanned Aircraft (UA). Referred to as a High Altitude Pseudo Satellite (HAPS), Zephyr-S is the latest design of this highly sophisticated series of ultra-lightweight UA’s. Solar powered, it is capable of flying and […]

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A400M

Osprey is pleased to announce that we were selected to provide support to the MOD for the development of the A400M ATLAS Safety Case.

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Aircraft Certification Support

We can provide type airworthiness, certification and design support to industry, and advice to regulators, through previous experience and a thorough understanding of the civil and military airworthiness regulations. At Osprey, our teams have experience of aircraft certification from a diverse number of platforms and equipment. Our depth of experience enables Osprey SMEs to provide […]

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ASCENT

Osprey has been supporting Ascent Flight Training Ltd through the provision of Airworthiness assurance support with a number of its programmes.

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