How to Take the Guesswork Out of BVLOS UAV Mission Planning

How to Take the Guesswork Out of BVLOS UAV Mission Planning

Situational consciousness and threat evaluation are key to UAV mission planning in each dense city areas and, surprisingly, in open-sky areas akin to over ocean coastlines. Successful outcomes rely carefully upon scheduling for essentially the most advantageous hours, and even minutes, to overfly specific areas. Learn how you can maximize efficiency and profitability from 4 specialists within the area.

Reliable navigation for UAVs flying past visible line-of-sight (BVLOS) should meet stringent necessities from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and different regulatory our bodies. In a free webinar, learn to leverage present requirements and sensor packages, and how you can increase them with GNSS forecasting to open up the unmanned airspace for worthwhile operations.

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The Tools Needed to Get Beyond Visual Line-of-Sight (BVLOS)

Takeaways from this in-depth technical tutorial:
• What the FAA needs for BVLOS
• Why GPS/GNSS alone can not meet these requirements
• How GPS receiver-autonomous integrity monitoring (RAIM), the Wide Area Augmentation System (WAAS) and real-time kinematic (RTK) strategies can all assist, however are nonetheless not ample
• Where GNSS forecasting completes the image for BVLOS, predicting GNSS efficiency, notably over city areas
• When to make use of GPS navigation analytics to maintain flying safely.

Our professional panel contains:
• an Air Force aviation professional who was in on the bottom flooring, so to talk, of UAV operations within the Nineties and who carefully screens the event of regulatory requirements;
• one other Air drive veteran who now manages a state division of transportation UAS program;
• an lively pilot who leads the Positioning, Navigation and Timing (PNT) Assurance enterprise at a GPS/GNSS firm, bettering the efficiency and reliability of GNSS for secure unmanned flights;
• the head of analytics and operations at an organization constructing unmanned visitors administration (UTM), who develops threat algorithms based mostly on analytics for safety-of-flight functions.

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Wednesday, August 11, 2021 1:00 PM – 2:30 PM EDT
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Our professional panelists:

James Poss, Major General, USAF (ret), CEO of ISR Ideas
ISR Ideas is an intelligence, unmanned aerial methods and cyber warfare consulting agency. General Poss is the founder and former Executive Director of the Alliance for System Safety of UAS by Research Excellence (ASSURE), the FAA’s heart of excellence for unmanned analysis. He is a 30-year US Air Force veteran with fight expertise in 4 wars and was the Air Force’s senior profession intelligence officer at his transition from lively service in March 2013.

Ben Spain, Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Program Manager at North Carolina Department of Transportation
Ben is the UAS Program Manager for the North Carolina Department of Transportation. Prior to that he labored at PrecisionHawk, a geospatial knowledge analytics agency, and had a 12-year profession within the U.S. Air Force, ending as a flight-school chief evaluator pilot and assistant director of operations. He has a bachelor’s diploma in laptop science from Duke University and an MBA from Oklahoma State University.

Jeremy Bennington, VP of Position, Navigation, & Time (PNT) Assurance at Spirent Communications
Jeremy has 20 years of expertise main new know-how and enterprise improvements throughout a number of industries together with telecommunications, video, and transportation industries. Jeremy at present leads the Spirent PNT Assurance enterprise to enhance the efficiency and reliability of GNSS for secure unmanned flights.
Jeremy shouldn’t be solely lively inside engineering and enterprise, he additionally has participated in ITU, CableLabs, SCTE, IEEE, TIA, ASTM, ANSI, and different requirements growth to make sure industries can enhance their adoption of recent know-how. Jeremy holds a Master of Science in Management, a Bachelor’s of Science in Computer Engineering from Purdue University and is a patent writer. He can also be an lively pilot.

Ted Driver, Head of Analytics and Operations at OneSky
Ted Driver is the Head of Analytics and Operations at OneSky, the place he creates algorithms and software program that deliver analytics to the united statesoperations area. His present work focuses on growing threat prediction algorithms utilizing analytics for safety-of-flight functions. Ted’s twenty-two yr area experience started when he led the mission evaluation group on the GPS Operations Center, connecting navy finish customers of GPS to the groups flying the satellites, offering essential suggestions on operational duties. Ted is a former secretary and president of the Rocky Mountain Section of the Institute of Navigation and he’s a member of Phi Beta Kappa, ASTM and the AIAA.

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