How Does Amazon Get Around BVLOS?

How Does Amazon Get Around BVLOS?

by Hari Viswanathan The short answer is that Amazon doesn’t “get around” Beyond Visual Line of Sight (BVLOS), no one does. Amazon is subject to the same CIvil Aviation Authority (CAA) regulations worldwide as everyone else. While we can’t go behind-the-scenes on...
Iris Automation Launches Waiver Resource Center

Iris Automation Launches Waiver Resource Center

The new product helps drone operators navigate multiple aviation authority regulations when applying for Beyond-Visual-Line-of-Sight waivers for commercial operations San Francisco (June 15, 2020) – Iris Automation today announced its new Waiver Resource Center (WRC),...
Innovation at Iris Automation

Innovation at Iris Automation

A quick look at where we’re at in June 2020 by Alexander Harmsen, CEO & Cofounder Iris Automation In light of Iris Automation’s selection as a finalist for the 2020 AUVSI XCELLENCE Awards in two categories, including the top prize—XCELLENCE in Innovation, I want...
A Detailed Walk-Through of How to Obtain a BVLOS Waiver

A Detailed Walk-Through of How to Obtain a BVLOS Waiver

by Trever Linn Flying Beyond Visual Line of Sight (BVLOS) requires special regulatory permissions by Civil Aviation Authorities (CAA) around the world, such as the Part 107 waivers issued under the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), or Special Flight Operations...
Beyond Visual Line of Sight (BVLOS): An Introductory Guide

Beyond Visual Line of Sight (BVLOS): An Introductory Guide

by Hari Viswanathan What is BVLOS? BVLOS means Beyond Visual Line of Sight. The FAA (Federal Aviation Administration of the United State’s) regulatory framework around safe drone flight operation relies on the concept of “see-and-avoid,” which is intended to avoid the...