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Who hasn’t dreamed of jumping into a truck, heading out into the Brazilian wilderness, and flying...
by Jason Hardy-Smith Iris Automation has worked closely with Civil Aviation Authorities (CAA)...
Drones are playing an increasing role in both civilian life and commercial operations in the...
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In this post, we’ll cover drone laws and things you should keep in mind if you’re thinking about operating a drone in Brazil.
by Jason Hardy-Smith Iris Automation has worked closely with Civil Aviation Authorities (CAA) around the world to safely integrate unpiloted aircraft into the national airspace, bringing beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) flight closer to commercial reality. 2020 saw greater BVLOS flight-hours generated by customers, and our continued participation in government programs like FAA BEYOND […]
This post will guide you everything you need to know about safe flying by following the regulations set by United Kingdom drone laws and local customs.
In this post, we’ll cover South Africa’s drone laws and regulations. Find out where, when, and how you can fly a drone in South Africa.
by Eric Schafer Technology that helps a vehicle not crash is called a Collision Avoidance System (CAS). In cars, a CAS is part of an Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS), providing automatic braking and lane keeping, while alerting the driver about surrounding traffic. In an aircraft, a CAS is part of an avionics package which […]
In this article, we’ll go over some of the basic frameworks and topics that you should cover in your CONOPS plan—but make sure to check out Part 1 first. Aircraft and Technical Specifications When the FAA reviews the CONOPS document, they will want a detailed overview of the proposed aircraft system to be used. Include […]
Towards the end of the 20th century, the usage of UAS (drones) increased significantly, mostly driven by the US Military. As key technologies and platforms became more accessible, it became clear that the usage of drones could be expanded beyond the battlefield and into civilian commercial use. Given that much of current UAS technology was […]
California offers many advantages for enthusiasts who want to use unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs)—or drones—for professional or personal use. In large part, this is because California has it all, ranging from stunning natural vistas to an abundance of commercial opportunities. This post will serve as a primer on California’s drone laws. Keep reading to learn […]
Many of the questions we get from program managers focus on understanding what it takes to evolve a drone program to conduct Beyond Visual Line of Sight (BVLOS) operations. As drone technology and regulations mature, organizations are increasingly adopting this technology to gain a competitive edge. While it is easier to obtain regulatory approvals for […]
by Stephanie Lacy-Price Mining is an incredibly dangerous industry, which helps explain its ready adoption of Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) technology in recent years, particularly across the regions of Australasia and Africa, according to GlobalData’s survey of more than 200 mine sites. Equipped with any of the number of photogrammetry softwares for surveying and mapping, […]