3 Businesses that Rely Upon Complex UAS Operations Explain Why BVLOS Drone Flight is Critical for the Industry to Succeed
At the AUVSI New England UAS and AAM Summit this morning, a panel representing three drone industry players that rely upon complex UAS operations explained why flight beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) is critical to the success of the drone industry.
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Before an audience of regulators, researchers, and industry stakeholders in UAS and AAM, 3 panelists openly discussed their business models: and talked realistically about the challenges that arise from being among the front runners in an emerging industry.
Rob Knochenhauer is the Director of Regulatory Affairs at Censys Technologies, a fixed wing, long-endurance aircraft. Censys has emerged as a leader in the field in part due to the fact that they offer their clients the support required to get BVLOS waivers – to date, with a 100% success rate. Their effots have meant that Censys clients can utilize the capabilities of the drone: but the process still limits the company’s…