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In Search of the BVLOS Holy Grail

Updated: Apr 27

The ability of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) in the energy sector to gain efficiency, decrease costs and increase safety continues to grow. Now, autonomous BVLOS ops are key to unlocking scalability, the greatest value for business operations and strategies. In fact, some refer to BVLOS as the “Holy Grail.” Like the fabled chalice, it remains highly desired and yet equally elusive. As with the classic movie “Monty Python and the Holy Grail,” will the quest become a comedy of errors? Or can it be successful and rewarding?

Topics: drones, beyond visual line of sight, BVLOS, drone regulations, FAA, tactical BVLOS waiver, public safety, first responders, detect and avoid, waivers, exemptions, Part 107, Part 9, resources

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