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Expanding Corridors, New Waivers: Is BVLOS Within Sight?

It’s been over a year since the Beyond Visual Line of Sight (BVLOS) Aviation Rulemaking Committee published its report and recommendations, which ran to nearly 400 pages.

Although the FAA has remained relatively silent on its stance regarding those recommendations, it has increasingly leveraged its various authorities to allow complex BVLOS operations across a range of use cases. Additionally, key players within the private sector continue to collaborate on the required physical and digital infrastructure needed for persistent BVLOS across the country. Learn more here:

Topics: drone operations, beyond visual line of sight, BVLOS, corridors, FAA, rulemaking, BEYOND program, North Dakota, Northern Plains UAS Test Site, Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma, Osage LLC, Tulsa Regional Advanced Mobility Cluster, NY UAS Test Site, Part 107 waivers, Pearland PD, Percepto, AUVSI,

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