The Japan Times announced that, The government plans to establish a licensing system for operating drones when the flights are beyond the operator’s line of sight.The proposal comes as the government hopes for increased usage of unmanned vehicles for purposes … Continue reading The Japanese Govt plans to start issuing Bvlos licenses for Drone operators.
MVT Geo-solutions, in partnership with Iris Automation, has been granted the first Beyond-Visual-Line-of-Sight (BVLOS) Special Flight Operations Certificate (SFOC) by Transport Canada using only onboard Detect-and-Avoid (DAA). The approval was granted based on the utilization of Iris Automation’s DAA system, called Casia, … Continue reading Transport Canada grants BVLOS waiver for Iris Automation’s Casia used by MVT Geo-solutions.
The month of February 2020 was incredible for the Drone ecosystem of SouthAfrica as the first BVLOS waiver was issued to an amazing Iris automation partner United Drone Holdings. Iris Automation Casia onboard detect-and-avoid system is reliable and a great … Continue reading United Drone Holdings given Bvlos waiver by South African Civil Aviation Authority.