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The problem In the 1980’s, over a million PFM-1 land mines were dropped into Afghanistan during...
Compliments BEYOND program with further industry, regulator collaboration for safe deployment of...
by Mark Genung, VP of Operations at Iris Automation We’re thrilled to announce that Nevada's...
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The problem In the 1980’s, over a million PFM-1 land mines were dropped into Afghanistan during the Soviet-Afghan War. These land mines have green ‘wings’ that allow them to flutter to the ground, easily detonate, and are mostly made of green plastic, making them both attractive to children and difficult to find with traditional mine […]
Compliments BEYOND program with further industry, regulator collaboration for safe deployment of unmanned aircraft systems in national airspace San Francisco, Calif. (June 11, 2021) – Iris Automation has been selected by the Federal Aviation Administration to participate in the FAA’s BVLOS ARC (Aviation Rulemaking Committee), announced Wednesday at the virtual AUVSI FAA Symposium. The UAS […]
by Mark Genung, VP of Operations at Iris Automation We’re thrilled to announce that Nevada’s Center for Entrepreneurship and Technology (NCET) recently named Iris Automation the 2021 winner of “Aerospace Company of the Year” in their annual NCET Tech Awards. This is another huge honor from NCET following our Director of Flight Operations, Cheryl Contreras, […]
An edited version of this article was originally published on UASVision.com on June 1, 2021. Beyond Visual Line of Sight (BVLOS) flight for unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) will enable repeatable, scalable and regularized operations. Detect-and-Avoid (DAA) technologies, in turn, enable BVLOS ops. These routine advanced operations will require an awareness solution arguably just as complex […]
by Jason Hardy-Smith, VP of Product The Iris Automation team is committed to continuous product improvement and innovation, based on the latest regulatory frameworks and customer feedback. To that end, we’ll be posting regular updates when Software versions are released, to keep you apprised of new and improved system capabilities. Casia Software supports Casia I […]
Spain offers some of the most spectacular scenery in the world. As such, it is a top destination for vacationers who love flying unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). From Mulhacén Mountain in the south to the beaches on the island Majorca in the Mediterranean, Spain has it all—and then some. The country is an excellent place […]
In this post, we’ll cover general rules, regulations, and helpful tips to get started with flying drones in Mexico.
This article explores how providers can conduct wind turbine inspections. We’ll also look at how drones are helping improve the process.
Iris Automation announces availability of groundbreaking detect and avoid system, Casia X, with enhanced 360 degree performance
San Francisco, Calif. (April 20, 2021) – Iris Automation’s onboard multi-camera detect andavoid (DAA) system, Casia® X, will be available for shipping May 21, 2021. Casia X is the only solution for commercial drones and unpiloted aircraft delivering a full 360° radial detection capability using computer vision technology. Originally introduced as Casia 360, Casia X […]
Costa Rica is an excellent place for local and international drone enthusiasts. Before you fly, learn all about drone laws in Costa Rica.