Iris Automation, uAvionix Partner for Low Altitude, Wide Area BVLOS: Integrating C2 and DAA
Iris Automation and uAvionix Partner for Low Altitude Wide Area BVLOS: Integrating Detect and Avoid (DAA) with Command and Control (C2)
For BVLOS flights to scale, regulators must see a reliable solution for ensuring that drones don’t run into drones or manned aircraft. Integrating ground-based detect and avoid technology with command and control could provide an easily accessible solution, providing a comprehensive view of the air traffic and potential obstacles in low altitude airspace.
by DRONELIFE Staff Writer Ian M. Crosby
Iris Automation and uAvionix have announced a strategic partnership that will integrate Iris’ Casia G ground-based collision avoidance data into uAvionix’s SkyLine services, resulting in combined Command and Control (C2) and Detect and Avoid (DAA) services. This new integration will provide drone operators with advanced low altitude airspace awareness and leading command and control connectivity at an affordable price.