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Register for free today NIAS and NASA Test the Next Phase


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 UAS Test Site and its NASA partners flew five different unmanned aerial  multiple operational scenarios, including parachute initiated emergency supply deliveries and aerial survey operations. In addition to flying the specific NASA Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) Traffic   of sight. This was accomplished using strategically placed visual observers      control (C2), communication, detect, and avoid technologies.


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       collaboration with the FAA and many industry partners. NASA and its partners are amid testing the next, more complex version of its UTM technologies with live, remotely operated aircraft at six different UAS Test Sites around the nation. The three-week campaign, known as Technology Capability Level 2 (TCL2)       the Nevada UAS Test Site as the first UAS Test Site to begin UTM operations this year. The UTM National Campaign is focused on flying small drones beyond


       sparsely populated areas near six of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Test Sites.


The partners not only demonstrated drone flight capability, but also tested UAS traffic mapping, sensor and radar technology, all of which were connected through a NASA UAS Service Supplier (USS) network to NASA Ames.


“The highly successful test at the Nevada UAS Test Site kicked off the


      Management (UTM) national campaign in which six FAA UAS Test Sites and many industry partners integrate their  platform and test the UTM concept in a range of conditions representative of those present in the U.S. airspace,” said Tom Prevot, UTM project manager.


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