SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. – October 14, 2020 – Transport Canada has issued the second Special Flight Operations Certificate (SFOC) for Beyond Visual Line of Sight (BVLOS) flights in uncontrolled airspace utilizing infrastructure masking and Iris Automation’s onboard detect-and-avoid (DAA) solution to MVT Geo-solutions. Under … Continue reading Transport Canada approves Bvlos Commercial Drone Operations with Iris Automation’s Casia Safety Technology
SALINA — The ability of Kansas State University Polytechnic Campus to fly unmanned aircraft systems beyond visual line of sight is expanding. The campus’s Applied Aviation Research Center has received a new waiver from the Federal Aviation Administration that permits K-State Polytechnic to fly … Continue reading Nationwide BVLOS waiver granted to Kansas State university Polytechnic Campus
FRANKFURT, 16th JUNE 2020 – Frankfurt-based Droniq and Sky Drone have entered into a strategic partnership that allows Droniq to use Sky Drone’s unique technology for controlling UAS (Unmanned Aerial Systems) remotely in real-time and without any limitation in range. Based … Continue reading Droniq and Sky Drone make Strategic partnership in Bvlos Drone Flights.