Flight operations, aircraft monitoring and local, state and national regulations compliance will be a significant part of the adoption of Unmanned Aircraft into the National Airspace and the sky's over the cites and towns where you live.
PRLog - Jun 14, 2013 - KNOXVILLE, Tenn. -- Due to significant media coverage and events related to the war on terror, most Americans are aware of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), often called drones, utilized for military operations. What most people may not know is that in the near future hybrids of these originally developed military aircraft will be operating in the sky's above their heads. Missions won't include armament, but will focus on security, information, surveillance practical applications such as transmission line monitoring for utility companies, boarder patrol, agricultural spraying, local news reporting and the list goes on. The coming market boom will include several classes of aircraft to support these operations, and managing these aircraft missions will be a huge challenge and responsibility for operators and local, state and national policy makers. Currently, organizations that support regulations and standards like RTCA are working to formulate the guidelines that will allow these aircraft to operate safely, efficiently, and with regulatory provision for privacy, and security that will not violate anyone’s civil liberties. One company in particular, Aeropoint Aviation Systems, Inc., is addressing the key issues related to the expanded use and allocation of these aircraft into the National Airspace. The key to growth is management and control. Aeropoint’s infrastructure solutions provides the management and control at every level these systems will require. Aeropoint Aviation Systems eliminates the barriers, and includes integrated support for; flight planning and management, autonomous operation, unified communications links, air traffic control interface utilizing an all digital two-way messaging convention and assimilated compliance software that allows operation flight planners to incorporated local, state and regional airspace policies and restrictions into their flight planning processes.
Aeropoint Aviation Systems is planning to invest upwards of $175,000,000 over the next three years in support of hundreds of aircraft manufactures, systems integrators and the FAA, who's goal is to incorporate UAS into the national airspace by 2015.
For more information on Unmanned Aircraft Systems or Aeropoint Aviation Systems, Inc., visit www.aeropointaviationsys.com.
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A New Company, Aeropoint Aviation Systems, Inc., To Tackle Key Issues Related To Unmanned Aircraft
June 14, 2013 at 14:17 PM EDT