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Anra Achieves Bvlos Food And Medical Delivery Milestone In I…

ANRA Technologies, a leader in integrated airspace, mission management, and delivery systems for uncrewed aircraft, achieved a 100-flight hour milestone while conducting Beyond Visual Line of Sight (BVLOS) delivery operations in India. ANRA led their consortia in support of a project awarded by the Directorate General of Aviation (DGCA) and the …

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BVLOS Aircraft Integrated Iris Automation’s Casia DAA Soluti…

Austin, Texas + Reno, Nevada (October 7, 2021) – Applied Aeronautics announces its latest Albatross UAV aircraft fully integrating Iris Automation’s advanced detect and avoid Casia solution for BVLOS flights. The Albatross UAV starts at US$7,000, and the forthcoming BVLOS model will remain consistent with Applied Aeronautics commitment to marrying …

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Vantis and Thales Partner to Build Statewide BVLOS Network

GRAND FORKS, ND – Vantis, North Dakota’s Statewide Unmanned Aircraft Systems Network, has selected a long-term systems integrator to build out this groundbreaking UAS, or drone, infrastructure across the state. Thales, a global technology leader, was one of three aviation giants providing engineering and integration services being evaluated to enable …

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SkyTask, Inc. Announces FAA Waiver Approval for BVLOS Remote

SkyTask, Inc. Announces FAA Waiver Approval for BVLOS Remote Flight Operations at Colorado State University Drone Center DENVER — (BUSINESS WIRE) — April 5, 2021 — Remote UAV Flight Operations company SkyTask, Inc. announced today that it received its first FAA Waiver approvals for Beyond Visual Line Of Site (BVLOS) …

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FAA Approves BVLOS Drone Operations Without Visual Observers

The Scout System works with a base, the ScoutBase, an artificial intelligence (AI) powered Scout unmanned aircraft system (UAS), and a secure web portal, ScoutView, that interacts with the system storing data and analytics. (American Robotics) The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) made its first approval of automated drone operations without …

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Drone Parachutes Provide the Confidence Regulators Need

ParaZero The Drone Integration Pilot Program (IPP ) introduced this week is all about stretching the envelope of what’s allowed with drone know-how.  Drone package deal supply, flight past the visible line of sight (BVLOS), evening flight, and low altitude operations are a few of the tasks deliberate by individuals. …

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The FAA Has a Waiver Problem – and They Know It.

During a discussion panel at this week’s Commercial UAV Expo in Las Vegas, FAA attorney Dean Griffiths revealed Part 107 waiver statistics – and they don’t look good.  As of last month, the FAA had received 912 requests for Part 107 waivers – and had issued 23.  They had disapproved or …

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