Australian association for unmanned systems (AAUS)
The Australian Association for Unmanned Systems (AAUS) is Australia’s largest industry advocacy group for unmanned systems. AAUS represents unmanned systems across all three domains: land, sea and air.
AAUS’s objective is to promote a professional, safe and commercially viable unmanned systems industry.
AB Phillips works closely with AAUS to deliver specialised General Insurance and Risk Management products and services.
EXCITING NEW INSURANCE FACILITY FOR COMMERCIAL DRONE OPERATORS
Drones that are operated by businesses are not usually covered under the businesses’ standard liability policy. There have been incidents in the USA and Europe of drones hitting commercial aircraft, hitting pedestrians, causing trespass disputes and more. These incidents have resulted in claims that are not covered under standard liability insurance policies.
In response to this, AB Phillips has worked with AAUS to devise a specialist insurance facility to protect commercial drones and their operators.
This facility has been devised specifically for commercial operators who do not require CASA authorisation in the form of a remote pilot licence (RePL) and an RPA operator’s certificate (ReOC) as defined in CASA regulation 101.237 and advisory circular AC101-10.
This insurance policy is tailored for businesses and individuals within this category that operate the drone within the law.
What does it cover?
If you are eligible, this facility provides insurance for:
- Public liability
- The drone
- Payload (what it carries – ie. Camera)
Premiums are competitively priced, with a discount available to members of AAUS.
GET A QUOTE
To get a quote, simply fill in the quote request form located here>
IF YOU ARE A MEMBER OF AAUS, FIND OUT WHAT AB PHILLIPS CAN DO FOR YOUR BUSINESS
AB Phillips provide insurance, risk and financial solutions to businesses and individuals. Call AB Phillips for an obligation free discussion on 1300 242 136 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information on AAUS please visit their website - http://aaus.org.au/