The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) from United State It has just issued the first permission to operate commercial drone flights without operator intervention or observer requirement in the field.
This is the first time that the Federal Aviation Administration has permitted commercial flights with fully automated drones; This is how American Robotics became the first Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) certified company to operate unmanned drones without human operators on site.
the system Boy Scouts of America It has advanced abundant advanced acoustic technology for detection and evasion of other aircraft (DAA) which allows its drones to maintain a safe distance from other aircraft at all times. The company has developed a redundant, multi-layered security system that includes mitigation of operational risks. With this development, the company notes that it has demonstrated that its drone-based aerial intelligence platform operates safely in United States airspaceEven when flying outside of direct line of sight (BVLOS).
With this approval, it is entering a new era of robotic drone operations and is now the first drone technology that can operate continuously without an operator. Every reconnaissance plane lives indoors ScoutBase, Which enables the independent charging of its batteries, as well as data processing, analysis and transmission. Once installed in the field, all stages of Scout’s operation are automated, allowing this technology to collect and analyze data in the field multiple times a day for several years without human intervention.
During a rigorous four-year testing program, American robots Tests have been conducted in eight states and have shown the impact that scouting systems can have on various agricultural industries and industries. Last year, Scout Systems performed up to 10 automated tasks per day, to capture a variety of advanced data. Equipped with real-time analyzes of the data collected, farmers, agronomists, industrial operators, security personnel and maintenance teams can accurately track the status of their operations with a frequency that was never before possible..
It is the first exemption from regulation of its kind. The Federal Aviation Administration has also previously approved the use of commercial drones on the condition that human observers are present along the flight path.
The company will initially be limited to lower elevations in rural areas of Massachusetts, Kansas and Nevada.But this promises great things for the future of autonomous drones.