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SenseFly to Support Brazil’s First BVLOS Drone Flights

Parrot-owned SenseFly has announced approval for what will be Brazil’s first beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) drone flights. The project is in collaboration with drone engineering and consulting specialists AL Drones, environmental technology company Santiago & Cintra and Brazil’s National Civil Aviation Agency (ANAC). SenseFly’s drones, which include the …

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Beyond Visual Line of Sight (BVLOS) Drone Testing Moves Forw…

image courtesy SkySkopes Beyond Visual Line of Sight (BVLOS) flight is a critical component of the advancement of unmanned commercial applications.  While France has had legalized BVLOS flight since 2012, most countries and areas of the world are still working towards moving forward with a framework to accommodate BVLOS flight …

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DJI Upgrades M200 Series & FlightHub With Night Flights & BV…

Night flights and beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) operations are coming and DJI is preparing the ground. Today the Chinese manufacturer launched an upgrade to their most popular enterprise drone and improvements to FlightHub, the company’s operation management platform. The Matrice 200 series is getting a serious revamp (and …

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Evaluating the Economics of BVLOS Drone Operations

Skylogic Research, the leading commercial drone industry research and advisory services firm, just announced the release of their latest research on commercial drone operations. The Economics of Using Drones for BVLOS Inspections is a white paper sponsored by PrecisionHawk, the leading provider of drone technology for the enterprise, which provides …

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‘Oklahoma, Where the drones come flyin’ down the plain..’

Perhaps it’s time to modernize the classic titular song from the musical Oklahoma!: “Oklahoma, where the drones come flyin’ down the plain, Oklahoma, where FAA permits sure smell sweet”   Last month, Oklahoma State University teamed up with Vigilant Aerospace – provider of the FlightHorizon situational awareness and detect-and-avoid system …

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Airobotics Receives Unique FAA Waiver for Arizona Drone Flig…

Israeli drone provider Airobotics this week announced receiving the FAA’s first ever three-prong certificate of waiver for “flying Beyond Visual Line of Sight (BVLOS) for automated drone operations, over human beings, with a visual observer that is not required to keep a visual line of sight on the drone.” The waiver …

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Southern Company Chooses Skyward For Drone Program Expansion

Energy provider Southern Company has announced plans to expand its existing drone program with assistance from Verizon-owned Skyward. The move follows Southern Company and its affiliates’ established use of drone technology for remote inspections, wire transport and damage recovery assessments. In fact, the company claims to be the first utility to …

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Canada’s BVLOS Pilot Program Flies Ahead: With Use Cases You…

While the U.S. has been busy asserting the 10 chosen contributors within the drone Integration Pilot Program (IPP), Transport Canada has been creating a complete pilot program for past visible line of sight (BVLOS) flight – one designed to point out communities how they might profit from extensive unfold adoption …

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