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Based on a patent and software developed at NASA, the system uses algorithms and flight rules to achieve safety and regulatory compliance when flying beyond visual line-of-sight.
FlightHorizon PILOT™ is installed as an independent flight computer or as a software module on a primary flight computer onboard the unmanned aircraft and uses the signal from an aviation transponder (ADS-B) on the unmanned aircraft to track in real-time all other nearby aircraft. The software then provides self-separation and commands to maintain well-clear distances in the form of waypoints to the autopilot. When available, add-on data sources include onboard radar and networked air traffic control feeds (UTM).
FlightHorizon PILOT™ is designed to meet the FAA’s Part 107.205 waiver requirements for beyond visual line-of-sight flights and the anticipated RTCA SC-228 Phase II Minimum Operating Performance Standards (MOPS).
Features & Benefits
|Proprietary and patented avoidance algorithms|
|Real-time detect-and-avoid with traffic alerts and specific avoidance commands|
|Real-time traffic data collected from aviation receiver and other data feeds, as available|
|Integrates with multiple receiver models including uAvionix, SageTech, and GDL-90-compatible devices|
|Integrates with multiple autopilots using multiple protocols including MAVLink|
|Can be run on an independent flight computer or as a software module on the primary autopilot flight computer, depending on equipage|
|Detailed flight and traffic logging and full replay of flights|
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