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BVLOS Flight, No Visible Observers: Volatus and FlightOps Obtain Cert in Canada


BVLOS flight in Canada, FlightOps Volatus, BVLOS flight no visual observersVolatus Aerospace with FlightOps OS Receives Canada’s First Certificates for BVLOS flight, no visible observers.

by DRONELIFE Workers Author Ian M Crosby

Volatus Aerospace, utilizing the FlightOps OS, has turn out to be the primary firm in Canada to acquire a Past Visible Line of Sight (BVLOS) Particular Flight Operations Certificates (SFOC), authorizing the operation of drones with out the necessity for a visible observer. Awarded by Transport Canada, the certificates will allow Volatus Aerospace to scale its unmanned aerial car (UAV) operations and start BVLOS coaching in a number of areas all through the nation.

“This achievement has damaged by way of a significant barrier and opened the door to business alternatives which have solely been dreamed about however till right now have been simply out of attain,” stated Volatus CEO Glen Lynch. “Distant operations past visible line of sight are actually a actuality for Volatus. Commercialization begins now.”

The FlightOps OS is a BVLOS, multi-drone working system offering any drone operation with scalability by way of excessive ranges of autonomy and cloud connectivity. Integration of the working system permits drone service suppliers to scale their operations and concurrently handle a number of drones in a shared airspace worldwide.

“Volatus Aerospace utilizing our software program to turn out to be the primary firm licensed to function drones past visible line of sight in Canada is a proud achievement,” stated FlightOps CEO Shay Levy. “This landmark accomplishment reiterates that the FlightOps OS allows air mobility and scalability for companies and their respective drone operations. Our software program transforms beforehand unthinkable alternatives into actual prospects that can result in the commercialization of drone deliveries worldwide.”

That is the most recent in a collection of main bulletins from FlightOps this summer season, following a business settlement with drone companies supplier DroneUp in June, and an announcement in July that it was utilizing its software program to ship medical laboratory checks by drone between two hospitals in Israel.

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Ian attended Dominican College of California, the place he obtained a BA in English in 2019. With a lifelong ardour for writing and storytelling and a eager curiosity in expertise, he’s now contributing to DroneLife as a workers author.

 



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