American Robotics receives seven new FAA BVLOS approvals- DroneDJ
American Robotics, a leading provider of fully automated drone services to enterprise customers, has obtained authorizations to operate beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) flights at seven work sites across the US, bringing the company’s total to 10.
American Robotics’ parent company Ondas made the announcement after the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) granted approval of the seven new BVLOS authorizations for the automated docked drone system, Scout, which along with the three previous waivers cover customer sites in eight states.
American Robotics CEO Reece Mozer recently told DroneDJ that the company’s additional, groundbreaking achievement of gaining FAA approval to operate BVLOS flights without a human monitor on hand was a major step in being able to offer industrial and infrastructure clients entirely automated, 24/7 drone inspection, surveying, and monitoring services.
The new rash of authorizations is not only a reflection of…