35 min

Episode III: Drones in commercial airspace: A path to safety The Impact of Unmanned Systems

    • Technology

Getting drones to fly in civilian space brings new challenges from a safety certification standpoint. New operators must comply with regulatory requirements both on a device level and on an air management level in order to protect the lives of the people on the ground and in the air vehicle. Consider iterative route planning. Should UASs be able to alter routes based on new information, or must air-mobility solutions always stick with the path specified at the outset? On the technical side, the issue of integrating unmanned traffic management (UTM) with current airspace-management systems also deserves attention. Guests: Paul Hart,  Curtis Wright Fellow and CTO, Avionics Business, Curtiss-Wright Defense Solutions and Gareth Noyes, CTO and Chief Strategy Officer, Wind River.

Getting drones to fly in civilian space brings new challenges from a safety certification standpoint. New operators must comply with regulatory requirements both on a device level and on an air management level in order to protect the lives of the people on the ground and in the air vehicle. Consider iterative route planning. Should UASs be able to alter routes based on new information, or must air-mobility solutions always stick with the path specified at the outset? On the technical side, the issue of integrating unmanned traffic management (UTM) with current airspace-management systems also deserves attention. Guests: Paul Hart,  Curtis Wright Fellow and CTO, Avionics Business, Curtiss-Wright Defense Solutions and Gareth Noyes, CTO and Chief Strategy Officer, Wind River.

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