ACSL Co., Ltd. ACSL, secure domestic drone SOTEN (Souten) added to the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism’s “unmanned aircraft that can omit part of application documents”

ACSL Co., Ltd.
ACSL, secure domestic drone SOTEN (Souten) added to Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism’s “unmanned aircraft that can omit part of application documents”

■ On November 24, the domestically produced drone SOTEN was added to the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism’s list of “unmanned aerial vehicles that can omit part of the application documents”.
■ When performing “flight permission/approval procedures”, some of the documents to be submitted can be omitted, making it easier for users to utilize SOTEN.
ACSL Co., Ltd. (Headquarters: Edogawa-ku, Tokyo, President: Toshiyuki Washiya, hereinafter referred to as ACSL) provided a secure domestic drone, SOTEN, on November 24, 2022. It has been added to “Unmanned Aerial Vehicles that can omit part of the
As a result, some of the documents to be submitted when applying for flight permission can be omitted, making it easier for users to use SOTEN.
ACSL’s SOTEN is a secure, compact aerial photography drone developed in response to the growing demand for drones with high security. It prevents data leakage and extraction, realizes resistance to hijacking of the aircraft, and encrypts communication and shooting data, so customers who are worried about using drones in terms of security can use them with peace of mind.
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Secure Domestic Drone SOTEN
In order to use drones safely and securely, when flying in airspace and methods that require permission and approval from the Minister of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism under the Civil
Aeronautics Act (specified flights), “flight permission and approval procedures” are required. becomes. In order to simplify the
application process, the Civil Aviation Bureau of the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism confirms conformity with standards and posts them on its website.
ACSL’s SOTEN has been reviewed and confirmed to be compatible with this standard, so it has been added to the list of “unmanned aerial vehicles for which part of the application documents can be omitted” and posted on the website.
In addition, the one added this time is the standard model of SOTEN (Souten), and the LTE communication compatible model does not apply. In addition, we will inform you as soon as it is registered, as it is being reflected in the “Drone Information Infrastructure System (DIPS 2.0)”.
ACSL will continue to develop and provide safe and secure drones in order to achieve the goal of revolutionizing social infrastructure and unmanning heavy and dangerous operations.
* Unmanned aerial vehicles that can omit some of the materials (Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism website) https://www.mlit.go.jp/koku/content/001488625.pdf
[About ACSL Co., Ltd.] https://www.acsl.co.jp/
ACSL is developing domestic industrial drones in order to realize labor saving and unmanned existing operations in the industrial field. We provide control technology and industrial drones equipped with the same technology. It has already been adopted in various fields such as infrastructure inspection, mail/distribution, and disaster prevention. Details about this release:
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