ARPAS-UK is a trade association run by the members for the members

We are a non profit organisation which means that your membership fees go where they should: to help develop the industry and to provide credible representation to the various authorities that govern the industry.

ARPAS-UK works closely with various authorities such as the Civil Aviation Authority and the Department for Transport and through our membership we represent the industry as a whole. This gives us credibility and a genuine ability to influence how our working environment develops, something that could not be achieved by individual businesses working alone.

Latest News From ARPAS

BP launches gas cloud imaging, drones to monitor methane emissions

BP Florida manager Kourtney Hardwick eyes a Colorado methane gas well in 2009. The EPA has lowered its estimates of methane releases during production. Photo: Jerry McBride, FRE BP said Tuesday it is launching a new system of gas cloud imagin

Simon Stickland joins ARPAS-UK Committee

The ARPAS-UK Committee is delighted to welcome Simon Stickland to the Committee.  We are incredibly fortunate to have members ready to volunteer their time and experience to help the drone industry and our Members.   Simon has a wealth of

Yorkshire police force partners with fire service to tackle crime from the skies

A Yorkshire police force has announced a new partnership with the fire service in a bid to tackle crime from the skies. Humberside Police will share the DJI Matrice 210 and theDJI Mavic 2 Enterprise dual drones with Humberside Fire and Rescue Servic

Altitude Angel Launches Drone Industry’s First ‘Just Culture’ Reporting System

London, UK; Altitude Angel, the world’s foremost UTM (unmanned traffic management) provider, has today announced it is to launch the world’s first ‘just culture’ reporting system for drone pilots and operators. Emulating the approach alre