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Iris Automation

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THE FUTURE IN SIGHT

Apr 06

Introducing Casia® 360

The next evolution of Detect and Avoid technology is here Iris Automation pioneered the first commercial in-flight collision avoidance safety avionics system for drones. We proved that flying drones industrially beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS)–not generally allowed in the U.S.–could be achieved with only an on-board system for collision avoidance and meet FAA requirements […] The post Introducing Casia® 360 appeared first on Iris Automation.

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Jun 01

A Detailed Walk-Through of How to Obtain a BVLOS Waiver

Flying Beyond Visual Line of Sight (BVLOS) requires special regulatory permissions by Civil Aviation Authorities (CAA) around the world, such as the Part 107 waivers issued under the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), or Special Flight Operations Certificates (SFOC) from Transport Canada. These permissions are considered and issued on a case by case basis. Meeting the […] The post A Detailed Walk-Through of How to Obtain a BVLOS Waiver appeared first on Iris Automation.

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Jun 01

A Detailed Walk-Through of How to Obtain a BVLOS Waiver

Flying Beyond Visual Line of Sight (BVLOS) requires special regulatory permissions by Civil Aviation Authorities (CAA) around the world, such as the Part 107 waivers issued under the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), or Special Flight Operations Certificates (SFOC) from Transport Canada. These permissions are considered and issued on a case by case basis. Meeting the […] The post A Detailed Walk-Through of How to Obtain a BVLOS Waiver appeared first on Iris Automation.

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May 28

What is Visual Line of Sight (VLOS)? The Rules To Know

by Hari Viswanathan What is Visual Line of Sight (VLOS)? Visual Line of Sight Rules (VLOS) apply to small unmanned aircraft in the same way that Visual Flight Rules (VFR) apply to manned aircraft: VFR are a set of regulations governing piloting an aircraft during weather conditions that allow for visibility. According to the FAA, VFR […] The post What is Visual Line of Sight (VLOS)? The Rules To Know appeared first on Iris Automation.

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