Making BVLOS Flight a Practical Reality: Onboard Sense and Avoid

So far, the FAA has issued BVLOS waivers – but they are often not scalable operations beyond line of sight. Some BVLOS waivers require ground radar along the entire flight path: others require that visual observers “daisy chain” along the route. Some represent an “extended” range of operation from the operator, without realizing the potential of true distance operations.


This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://thedronemagazine.com/making-bvlos-flight-a-practical-reality-onboard-sense-and-avoid/