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Getting Nods “North & South” on BVLOS Inspections

Updated: Apr 27

Beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) is key to unlocking even more savings by enabling scalable, repeatable and viable operations. This article outlines U.S., Canadian and Australian drone regulations pertaining to BVLOS drone operations.

Topics: Beyond visual line of sight, BVLOS, autonomous drones, infrastructure, Civil Aviation Safety Authority, CASA, Transport Canada, TC, R&D, Australia, AUS, extended visual line of sight, EVLOS, Class 1, Class 2, Canada, Special Flight Operations Certificate, SFOC, Hover UAV, Joint Authorities for Rulemaking on Unmanned Systems, JARUS, Specific Operations Risk Assessment, SORA, Jackie Dujmovic, Volatus Aerospace, Glen Lynch

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