Beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) Stories April 8

Drone company SkyTask has announced it has received an FAA waiver to conduct BVLOS flights at the Colorado State University Drone Center. The waiver is a large milestone for the company, allowing it to continue testing its drone-based asset monitoring and inspection programs.

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Beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) Stories March 25

Latvian mobile network LMT has partnered with airBaltic to further develop BVLOS drone operations in Latvia and test its network to make sure it’s suitable for long-distance BVLOS drone flights. The announcement comes a few months after drones began deliveries in the country.

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Beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) Stories March 12

Latvian mobile network provider LMT has partnered with Dimetor to explore the integration of drones into very low level (LLV) airspace. The new partnership builds on an earlier one, which saw both companies validating BVLOS drone flights on a mobile network.

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Beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) Stories February 19

Avidrone Aerospace is set to show off its 210TL dual-rotor drone at IDEX 2021 in Iris Automation’s booth as the drone uses its Casia onboard detect and avoid technology. The show will allow the two companies to find and cut deals with potential clients.

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Beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) Stories February 16

For many commercial operations, being able to fly Beyond Visual Line of Sight opens the door to new opportunities. Now, Iris Automation has partnered to help offer a solution to operations in Canada seeking to get to this next stage.

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FlyBy Technology, based in North Yorkshire, England, has developed a drone pilot course to fly drones across the pond in other countries. The course is a first of its kind and will allow international beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) flights piloted from a single location.

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