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Legalite Administrative Scrivener Corporation, in response to DJI’s press release providing aircraft information, participated in a study experiment for the use of drones at Level 3.5.

Legalite Administrative Scrivener Corporation, in response to DJI’s press release providing aircraft information, participated in a study experiment for the use of drones at Level 3.5.

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Press release: May 12, 2024
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Legalite Administrative Scrivener Corporation, in response to DJI’s press release providing aircraft information, participated in a study experiment for the use of drones at Level 3.5.
*On May 9, 2024, in response to DJI providing the aircraft information necessary for applying for Level 3/3.5 flight, Legalite Administrative Scrivener Corporation announced that on May 11, 2024, a Level 3.5 flight would be conducted in Memuro-cho, Hokkaido. Participated in study experiments for utilization. *
On May 9, 2024, in response to DJI providing the aircraft information necessary for applying for level 3/3.5 flights, Legalite
Administrative Scrivener Corporation (Representative Administrative Scrivener Hokuto Nakajima) announced that it would be able to fly to Hokkaido on May 11, 2024. Participated in a study experiment aimed at utilizing Level 3.5 in Memuro Town.

We investigated the potential of drones, which will expand with the practical lifting of level 3.5 regulations, such as how to use them for deer hunting and transportation using the DJI Flycart 30.

Hokuto Nakajima, Legalite Administrative Scrivener Corporation, says, “The cooperation of the manufacturer is essential for Level 3.5 applications, but with DJI providing information, the drone industry will change at once.”

■What is level 3.5 flight?
Level 3.5 flight is a method of flying in areas where there is a low possibility for third parties to enter, without deploying assistants, fences, or signboards.

In conventional Level 3 flights, it was necessary to deploy assistants and use signboards to restrict third-party access to access control areas, but in Level 3.5, onboard cameras were installed. Utilize and secure no-man’s land.

Since there is no need for assistants or signboards, it becomes possible to fly more freely over mountains, seawater, rivers/lakes, forests, agricultural land, golf courses, etc.
Click here to apply for Level 3.5 ・DJI announces the start of providing aircraft information necessary for applying for level 3/3.5 flights
On May 9, 2024, DJI announced the start of providing aircraft information necessary for Level 3/3.5 applications.

To apply for Level 3.5, it is necessary to create documents showing the “fall distance” and “initial failure period,” but this is difficult without the cooperation of the manufacturer.

Until now, it has been difficult to obtain the above information from DJI, but with this press release, it is expected that Level 3 and Level 3.5 will change significantly.

Regarding support for level 3/3.5 flight of DJI unmanned aircraft

■*Using drones for deer hunting*
On May 11, 2024, administrative scrivener Hokuto Nakajima (Legalite Administrative Scrivener Corporation: Representative Administrative Scrivener) and drone pilot Keitaro Miura (MIURA) attended Memuro-cho, Hokkaido.
DRONE WORKS: School General Manager/Instructor), Hiroki Shinagawa (Flyers Co., Ltd. Representative Director), a hunter from Memuro Town, DJI Matrice 350
Deer hunting was carried out using RTK.
Three assistants were stationed on the ground, and while conducting aerial and ground monitoring, they searched for deer and found a herd of deer within a few minutes.

Hunters on the ground made a hunting plan based on the footage shown by the drone, and each headed to the spot.

Drones are often used during operations, such as communicating the distance between hunters and deer using a transceiver that measures the distance between two points, or tracking a deer that has run away and sharing the deer’s location. There were many.

Although the deer were too wary this time and were not captured, Miura says, “Using a drone reduces hunter fatigue and improves safety.”

However, since this was a Level 2 flight, the flight path was limited and three assistants were required.

If Level 3.5 flight is possible, access control measures will be performed using an onboard camera rather than an assistant, improving flight range, maneuverability, and cost performance.

Also, fewer helpers means fewer people are at risk of being harmed by bears or being lost.

Hokuto Nakajima of Legalite Administrative Scrivener Corporation says, “Now that we can finally meet the needs of the field, the drone business will accelerate at once.”

■Transportation experiment using DJI FlyCart 30
On the same day, a transportation experiment using DJI FlyCart 30 was conducted in Memuro Town.

The object was hung on a winch and the flight was carried out within the specified flight range.

Due to the suspended flight, the object may sway from side to side, but since there is a function to counteract this movement, the flight safety seemed to be quite high.
However, comprehensive applications require helpers or access control measures such as fences or cones.

Transport requires flight beyond visual line of sight without an assistant, but for practical operation it must be at least level 3 or higher.

Hokuto Nakajima, Legalite Administrative Scrivener Corporation, said, “In an application for level 3 or higher, there is information that cannot be obtained without the cooperation of the manufacturer, such as the fall distance and initial failure period, so this time DJI will not accept level 3 or level 3.5 flights. The announcement regarding the provision of aircraft information in the application for “This will be a turning point for FlyCart 30 to be put into practical use.”

■Legalite Administrative Scrivener Corporation supports Level 3.5 applications There are many things that need to be done before and after applying for Level 3.5, such as setting an operation summary declaration, operating conditions, etc., and complying with the flight manual for Level 3.5.

Legalite Administrative Scrivener Corporation is already applying for Level 3.5 for the M3 series, MATRICE series, and Flycart30.
Click here for information on Level 3.5 flight

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