EU-Cert LLC is accredited by Polish Center of Accreditation for the EU Type Examination and Certification of Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) according to the EU Drone Regulation (EU) 2019/945.

By obtaining this accreditation, EU-Cert becomes one of the first Body in Europe for Regulation 2019/945. This achievement results from a long effort that has required the development of advanced flight test systems, test methods, and process innovation. The requirements aim to ensure the safety of drones placed on the European market.

According to Regulation (EU) 2019/945, unmanned aircraft systems must comply with the  essential requirements before being placed on the EU market. Manufacturers shall ensure that their products meet the essential safety requirements. A notified body must be involved in the conformity assessment procedures in case of unmanned aircraft class 1, class 2, and class 3 and may be involved in case of unmanned aircraft class 0, class 4 and add-ons. Our testing and certification process bases on the standards of the European Union. Our testing and certification activities cover the open category unmanned aircraft systems and add-ons of the Regulation.

EU-Cert LCC as a third party is competent to assess conformity for unmanned aircraft in the open category of Class C0, C1, C2, C3, C4 and elements for a direct remote identification add-on.

Conformity assessment procedure to CE mark

The conformity assessment procedures under Regulation (EU) 2019/945 maybe chosen by the manufacturers:  

  • Conformity assessment Module A — Internal production control: For unmanned aircraft class 0, class 4 and add-ons only.

  • Conformity assessment Modules B and C — EU-type examination and conformity to type based on internal production control.

  • Conformity assessment Module H — Conformity based on full quality assurance.

As the Regulation in EU is in the transitional period, the accreditations and notifications of the to be Notified Bodies are in progress.

As EU-Cert, we are proud to have experts in the drone sector who have developed the necessary procedures to show compliance with the new regulatory framework in terms of UAS testing and certification. They will be able to guide manufacturers or importers in the certification process of their drone system to introduce their product into the European market.