5-day UAS Regulatory & SORA training in Barcelona in June

Join industry leaders as they teach you the fundamentals of UAS regulations and the theoretical and practical aspects of the Specific Operations Risk Assessment (SORA) in the gorgeous city of Barcelona!

- Barcelona

DroneTalks together with Barcelona Drone Center, we’re hosting a 5-day Regulatory and SORA training to rapidly bring professionals up to speed on the latest regulations in the industry, including the newly released U-space regulations.

At the end of the training, you’ll have a strong understanding of current and upcoming regulations in addition to the knowledge of how to apply the SORA methodology to your organisation’s UAS operations.

Regulatory Training

Our regulatory training will provide you with the latest updates in the European drone industry, like the newly implemented U-space regulations, as well as a comparison with the American framework.

Whether you’re an aviation decision-maker, an enterprise organisation, part of an association, or the founder of a drone or traffic management-related start-up, if you need a refresher on European drone regulation, this is the course for you.

SORA training

Our SORA training will provide you with an understanding of the SORA methodology, including the latest developments. Our experts will cover everything from the foundational concepts to practical use cases to help you master the best risk management framework for drones.

Whether you’re an authority looking to bring a drone approval team up to standard with the latest requirements or a start-up looking to develop risk assessments to support operational authorizations, you’ll get some information to help support your organisation.

Industry-leading Teachers

Our teachers are experts in their field and have vast experience of the European and American regulatory framework. Not only will they be available for interactive Q&A throughout the sessions, they will also facilitate a follow-up discussion after the modules to allow you to explore your learning further.

Lorenzo is a graduated aerospace engineer, innovation manager and a specialist in aviation, system safety and drones. He is the founder & CEO of Murzilli Consulting, a digital consulting agency focused on aviation.

He was also the leader of the Joint Authorities for Rulemaking on Unmanned Systems WG-6 from 2015 until December 2022 where he oversaw the work of more than 100 professionals in several task forces developing recommendations for the safety and risk management of drone operations worldwide.

Guest lecturer at the Zürich University of Applied Sciences (ZHAW) and the Xihua University, previously with Leonardo, Pilatus Aircraft and the Swiss Federal Office of Civil Aviation, Lorenzo has developed a striking ability to boost innovation in safety-critical environments and enjoys exploring the intersection of safety and disruptive technologies.

The team does this through weather forecasting models based on historical data for different geographical areas, which enables all stakeholders to make informed decisions about flight plans. In this video, our co-founder Lorenzo Murzilli sits down to speak with Michael Anger, the founder and CTO of Unisphere about the company today and what his plans are for the future.


Yves Morier graduated from the French Civil Aviation Academy (ENAC) as an Air Transport Engineer in 1978. After Military Service, joined in 1979 a DGAC (French CAA) local office in Normandy and in 1986 a Central Office in Paris where he worked on airworthiness codes and implemented the safety research program.

In 1991, joined the Joint Aviation Authorities as Regulation Director. In 2004, joined EASA where he occupied various posts as head of the department and in the last three years as Principal Advisor for new technologies.

He retired in 2019 and is married with 3 daughters and a grandson.


Lluís graduated from the Polytechnic University of Catalonia (UPC) as Aeronautic Engineer (MSc) in 2016.

After some years of experience in the continuing airworthiness sector in CAMO and Maintenance Organisations in general aviation, he joined the Spanish Civil Aviation Authority (AESA) as Airworthiness Inspector in 2019.

In AESA, he developed a thorough understanding of the airworthiness regulatory framework and, in 2021, he moved temporarily to its UAS Division, where he was introduced to unmanned aviation and its constantly evolving regulatory framework.

In 2022, he joined BCN Drone Center in its Legal Department, where he is in charge of the UAS regulatory compliance of the company and of the request of operational authorisations in the Specific Category.



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