Asylan receives BVLOS waivers for security drone-in-a-box system
Pennsylvania-based security company Asylan has been granted three beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) waivers by the FAA. The waivers would allow Asylan to leverage its automated security drone-in-a-box system to conduct operations over people and moving vehicles even during nighttime at various sites in the US, including logistics customer GXO’s new facility in Clayton, Indiana.
Asylan says its DroneSentry automated security drone-in-a-box system is the first in its class to receive such far-reaching waivers from the FAA. But the company has been on the agency’s radar since 2020 when it first deployed DroneSentry at Memphis International Airport through the FAA’s BEYOND program.
Dan Elwell, former acting administrator of the FAA and Asylon advisory board member, stresses:
There are only a few dozen companies in the world that have achieved what Asylon has just done here. Of the few who have received these BVLOS waivers, I do believe that Asylon is…