Tagged: FAA

ANRA Technologies Wins FAA Remote ID Contract

ANRA Technologies, a supplier of integrated airspace, mission management and delivery systems for uncrewed aircraft, announced it has won a contract to demonstrate the ability to collect, aggregate and retransmit Broadcast Remote ID (B-RID) messages. ANRA will convert these B-RID messages to Network Remote ID (N-RID) messages that can be

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Fruity Chutes Partners with Matternet

Fruity Chutes, the leading and longest-standing provider of parachute recovery systems
for UAS, today announced their partnership with Matternet in achieving FAA Type
Certification. Fruity Chutes provided essential safety components including shock cords,
harnesses and parachutes – namely, the drone-optimized Iris Ultralight parachute. The
groundbreaking success marks Fruity Chutes as the first UAS

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ANRA Technologies Wins FAA Contract for Broadcast Remote ID Collection, Correlation, and Network Dissemination

ANRA Technologies, a leader in integrated airspace, mission management and delivery systems for uncrewed aircraft, today announced it has won a contract to demonstrate the ability to collect, aggregate and retransmit Broadcast Remote ID (B-RID) messages. ANRA will convert these B-RID messages to Network Remote ID (N-RID) messages that can

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ASTRA-UTM Approved for LAANC by the FAA

AstraUTM is delighted to announce that the company has been approved by the FAA (Federal AviationAdministration) as part of the Low Altitude Authorization and Notification Capability (LAANC) initiative, an innovative collaboration between the FAA and the drone industry that provides near real-time processing of airspace authorizations for Part 107 drone

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Fruity Chutes Supports M2 Type Certification in United Safety Effort

Iris Ultralight Ensures Safety for M2 Drone in Type Certification as Fruity Chutes and Matternet Spearhead Applied UAS Safety Practices Fruity Chutes, the leading and longest-standing provider of parachute recovery systems for UAS, today announced their partnership with Matternet in achieving FAA Type Certification. Fruity Chutes provided essential safety components

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Percepto Gets Nationwide FAA Waiver for Critical Infrastructure Monitoring

Percepto, an autonomous inspection and monitoring solution provider, announced that the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) granted the company a nationwide waiver for Beyond Visual Line of Sight (BVLOS) operations, empowering US-based Percepto customers whose sites comply with the waiver’s criteria to benefit from remotely operated drones. Percepto’s automated drone-in-a-box technology

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Airworthiness Criteria: Special Class Airworthiness Criteria for the Joby Aero, Inc. Model JAS4-1 Powered-Lift

The FAA invites interested people to take part in the development of proposed airworthiness criteria for the Joby Model JAS4-1 powered-lift by sending written comments, data, or views. Please identify the Joby Model JAS4-1 and Docket No. FAA-2021-0638 on all submitted correspondence. The most helpful comments reference a specific portion

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Percepto gains nationwide US waiver to remotely deploy and operate automated drones for critical infrastructure monitoring

Percepto, the leading autonomous inspection and monitoring solution provider, today announced that the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) granted the company a nationwide waiver for Beyond Visual Line of Sight (BVLOS) operations, empowering US-based Percepto customers whose sites comply with the waiver’s criteria to benefit from remotely operated drones. Percepto’s automated

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Assure sUAS Traffic Analysis

In order for the FAA to maintain the safety of the NAS and accommodate new types of UAS operations, it is important to monitor the effectiveness of existing UAS regulations and forecast future UAS integration needs. Using detection data, first of its kind, this research will provide data to support

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VOTIX software allows AviSight to achieve FAA certification for beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) drone inspections for Shell USA

Tech startup VOTIX is proud to announce that its software platform, which provides drone automation, orchestration and remote operation, has been selected by drone inspection company AviSight and allowing it to achieve certification by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) operations of drones for

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AgEagle’s eBee X Series Drones Are the First and Only UAVs to be Approved by the FAA for Operations Over People (OOP) in the United States

AgEagle Aerial Systems Inc. (NYSE American:UAVS) (“AgEagle” or the “Company”), an industry-leading provider of full stack flight hardware, sensors and software for commercial and government/defense use, today announced that the Company’s eBee X series of fixed wing unmanned aircraft systems (“UAS”), including the eBee X, eBee GEO and eBee TAC,

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FAA Approves New York’s Entire 50-Mile Drone Corridor

Governor Kathy Hochul has announced that the New York Unmanned Aircraft Systems Test Site has secured approval from the Federal Aviation Administration to fly uncrewed aircraft systems beyond visual line of sight across the entire 50 miles of airspace within New York’s Drone Corridor. This flight authority will give NUAIR,

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FAA Updates Recreational Drone Flying Guidance

The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) just issued guidance on how to become an FAA-recognized community-based organization for recreational drone flying. Under federal law, recreational drone flyers must follow the safety guidelines of a FAA-recognized community-based organization. The organization is required to develop its safety guidelines in

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Soaring Eagle Technologies Receives Latest Long Distance FAA Waiver for Commercial UAS Inspections

Soaring Eagle Technologies, an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) drone data collection company servicing critical infrastructure owners across the continental U.S., has obtained one of the first BVLOS Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) waivers to fly small Unmanned Aerial System (sUAS) commercial inspection missions under operational guidelines versus specific operations in restrained

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Wisk Unveils World’s First Self-Flying, Four-Seat, All-Electric, Vertical Takeoff and Landing Air Taxi

Wisk has revealed the world’s first self-flying, all-electric, four-passenger vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) air taxi. As Wisk’s go-to-market aircraft, Generation 6 represents the first-ever candidate for type certification by the FAA of an autonomous eVTOL. The most advanced air taxi in the world, Generation 6 combines industry-leading autonomous technology

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Bleecker Street Research – Joby Aviation (JOBY): “Uber Meets Tesla In The Sky” Is Set To Crash And Burn

This is a very compelling report from Bleecker Street Research By 2024 the FAA will approve a new style of aircraft. It’s electric, and takes off and lands vertically, an “eVTOL.” These will immediately begin commercial operations as an “air taxi” service. By 2026, one company claims it will have

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FAA Releases Vertiport Design Standards to Support the Safe Integration of Advanced Air Mobility Aircraft

WASHINGTON − The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) today released new design guidelines for vertiports, infrastructure that will support Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) aircraft. The design standards will serve as the initial step to provide key information for airport owners, operators and infrastructure developers to begin development of facilities that will

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The SkyDrop Story [VIDEO]

SkyDrop (formerly Flirtey) has released episode one of a documentary series “The SkyDrop Story”, to tell the historical story of the first FAA-approved drone delivery on US soil. The delivery drone that made this first delivery will be going on display in the “Thomas W. Haas We All Fly”

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FAA Releases Vertiport Design Standards

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) t=has released new design guidelines for vertiports, infrastructure that will support Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) aircraft. The design standards will serve as the initial step to provide key information for airport owners, operators and infrastructure developers to begin development of facilities that will support operations

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FAA Reauthorization: Integrating New Entrants into the National Airspace System

U.S. Senator Kyrsten Sinema (D-Ariz.), Chair of the Subcommittee on Aviation Safety, Operations and Innovation, will convene a subcommittee hearing titled “FAA Reauthorization: Integrating New Entrants into the National Airspace System” on Wednesday, September 28, 2022, at 2:15 p.m. EDT. This hearing marks the first in a series of discussions

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Skyfire selected as the preferred drone training Academy by DroneSeed

Skyfire Consulting (skyfireconsulting.com), the most trusted and experienced public safety UAS consulting group, today announced it has been selected by DroneSeed—an innovative paid per acre service to restore forests and rangelands using drone swarms— as its preferred drone training partner and FAA regulatory consultant. In this capacity, Skyfire will provide

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MissionGO achieves critical FAA milestone with airworthiness criteria published in the federal register

MissionGO Unmanned Systems announced today the publication of the MGV100’s FAA Airworthiness Criteria in the Federal Register. This critical milestone is the next phase of MissionGO’s Type Certification of the MGV100, manufactured by MissionGO. This step marks the brand’s continued innovation in uncrewed aircraft capabilities, which will be followed by

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DJI’s Top Drone Models Approved For FAA’s Remote ID Mandate

DJI Products Are Ready For American Safety And Security Requirement DJI, the world’s leader in civilian drones and aerial imaging technology, is the first drone manufacturer to submit and earn U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) approval for complying with the FAA’s Remote Identification protocol. The FAA has approved the Declarations

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