Kongsberg Geospatial and uAvionix join forces to offer UAS operators enhanced situational awareness through uAvionix's FlightLine ADS-B data, empowering Beyond Visual Line of Sight (BVLOS) operations. Learn more about this game-changing integration
Kongsberg Geospatial has partnered with Iris Automation to integrate their ground-based DAA system, Casia G, with KG's IRIS Terminal airspace deconfliction platform, providing situational awareness to remote pilots of potential air risks, allowing them to move their UAS to safe zones. The integration fulfills the airspace deconfliction requirements for BVLOS operations and minimizes pilots' workload, providing critical information for optimal decision-making.
Kongsberg Geospatial's IRIS Ground Control Station application has been implemented by SkyDrop in New Zealand, enabling the company to conduct suburban drone delivery operations in Huntly. SkyDrop has received three key approvals for live store-to-door drone delivery, including beyond visual line of sight operations, delivery over persons and property, and deployment of the first revenue-generating last-mile drone delivery hub with customers in New Zealand.
Phoenix Air Unmanned (PAU) received FAA waiver to inspect US powerline infrastructure beyond remote pilot's visual line of sight. Safety measures involve Freefly Systems' Alta X aerial platform, Kongsberg Geospatial's IRIS Terminal, and electronic airspace surveillance.