BVLOS

(redirected from Beyond Visual Line of Sight)
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BVLOSBeyond Visual Line of Sight
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"In addition, even though the sUAS pilot indicated that he knew there were frequently helicopters in the area, he still elected to fly his sUAS beyond visual line of sight, demonstrating his lack of understanding of the potential hazard of collision with other aircraft.
It is therefore highly unlikely at present that the CASA will grant a Beyond Visual Line Of Sight (BVLOS) exemption/ permit to most currently available aircraft.
The drone can be flown more than 50km from its ground station, beyond visual line of sight, with instant and continuous video being streamed back to the ground station and member states.
The goal of the trials and ongoing research is to help enable future drone operations, such as Beyond Visual Line of Sight (BVLOS), as regulations evolve to permit them.
However, even if the rule were revised, "it's very difficult to go beyond visual line of sight without some type of sense-and-avoid [system]," Poss said.
Specifically, the San Diego IPP is focused on testing the use of beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) flights in public safety, in preparation for autonomous deployment of UAS in emergency situations.
For organizations seeking authorization to operate beyond visual line of sight or autonomously, EchoFlight radar is a significant step forward for UAS mission safety.
Fortem's TrueView radar technology helps UAVs detect and avoid other aircraft and airborne objects beyond visual line of sight - a key capability for future autonomous air vehicles.
Among the array of regulations on drone operations imposed by the United States government is flying beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS).