IRIS approved for commercial use in France

Our friends from EscaDrone have just announced that they have obtained a certificate for commercial use by the DGFA (French aviation authority) for the IRIS quadcopter, this means that the IRIS can fly under S1, S2 and S3 scenarios, with the most interesting one being. S3 which means it can be used in urban areas for commercial use (in France), making it an ideal quadcopter for commercial film work. They are now working towards obtaining the same certificate for the new IRIS+. So if you are looking to purchase an IRIS with the certificate for commercial use, head over the thier website where you can buy one, or you could always buy your own for abit cheaper and apply for approval (although I dont have any idea on costs how hard it is to receive the approval certificate in France)