Up to now, civilian drones have largely relied on RF (radio frequency) communications for control, telemetry, and payload data transmission. While this works well for...
EASA drone operator registration have specific requirements. This article focuses on the details laid down by the European Union’s Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), which must be followed by all drone operators in every EU member state.
As the skies become busier and drones increasingly share airspace with manned aircrafts, safety precautions such as remote identification have become paramount to ensure the integration of UAVs into everyday life. Read Elsight's review on remote ID.
Type certification has recently come to the forefront in the drone industry, as the FAA has announced steps to be taken towards issuing type certificates for UAS as special classes of aircraft. Read how this certification will drive drone operations.
Cellular networks operate on regulated parts of the spectrum and providers must run and maintain networks per strict regulations. Read how cellular mapping provides the reliability that is essential for BVLOS and commercial drone operations.
In our step-by-step examination of the path to profitable BVLOS drone operations, we've looked at initial considerations, expenses optimization, and strategies to increase revenue. In part 4, we discuss the steps for maximum growth and staying ahead.