Air Force testing air traffic control system for BVLOS drones

By Sara Sirota  
May 29, 2019 at 4:10 PM
The Air Force is testing a new system to help unmanned aerial vehicles avoid air traffic while conducting operations beyond the visual line of sight. The system, SkyVision, could eventually provide guidance to drones protecting convoys from improvised explosive devices or those looking to intercept threatening UAVs, Art Huber, deputy director of operations at the Air Force Research Laboratory, told Inside Defense in a May 29 interview. Right now, the system is housed in a converted recreational vehicle. It takes...

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