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NASA SIO Moves Industry Closer to Scalable Commercial Operations

Updated: Apr 27, 2023

The NASA Systems Integration and Operationalization (SIO) demonstration activities, validating detect and avoid (DAA) and command and control (C2) technologies to accelerate routine commercial uncrewed aircraft (UA) operations into the U.S., officially concluded in May 2021. The three participant companies, American Aerospace Technologies Inc. (AATI), Bell Textron Inc., and General Atomics (GA) Aeronautical Systems each successfully demonstrated their unique vehicles. UAS Magazine discussed with AATI their lessons learned from the program.

Topics: NASA; Systems Integration and Operationalization (SIO) demonstration activities; detect and avoid; DAA; command and control; C2; uncrewed aircraft systems; UAS; American Aerospace Technologies Inc.; AATI; Sagetech Avionics; MXS Mode S ADS-B In/Out transponder

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