Sessions> Unlocking Trustworthy BVLOS Using the Power of Skydio Autonomy

Unlocking Trustworthy BVLOS Using the Power of Skydio Autonomy

The arrival of AI-driven autonomy has the potential to enable new modes of operation and regulatory approaches. While the drone industry has long been flying at long range and relatively high altitude, a wide range of commercial operations can be conducted at low altitudes leading to more accurate data. Because autonomy enables this type of operations in a safe and reliable way, forward-looking organizations that moved early to this new paradigm are finding that the FAA and global regulators have begun to issue path-breaking waivers that allow autonomous infrastructure inspections beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS)—without the traditional requirements of visual observers and expensive ground-based radars. Join Kabe Termes, Director of Solutions Engineering at Skydio, to discuss how AI-driven autonomous drones are unlocking the airspace from the ground up—and making drones more useful and effective than ever. Kabe will discuss specific examples of customers that recently partnered with Skydio to achieve BVLOS waivers with the FAA, such as the Chula Vista Police Department and the North Carolina Department of Transportation, and the lessons learned from achieving these important milestones. In this session, we’ll discuss: • How autonomy has the power to unlock the drone regulatory landscape • Examples of organizations that received FAA BLOS waivers partnering with Skydio • Best practices and lessons learned from these engagements

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Drone Nexus

12/15

11:30am – 12:00pm

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Unlocking Trustworthy BVLOS Using the Power of Skydio Autonomy

The arrival of AI-driven autonomy has the potential to enable new modes of operation and regulatory approaches. While the drone industry has long been flying at long range and relatively high altitude, a wide range of commercial operations can be conducted at low altitudes leading to more accurate data. Because autonomy enables this type of operations in a safe and reliable way, forward-looking organizations that moved early to this new paradigm are finding that the FAA and global regulators have begun to issue path-breaking waivers that allow autonomous infrastructure inspections beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS)—without the traditional requirements of visual observers and expensive ground-based radars. Join Kabe Termes, Director of Solutions Engineering at Skydio, to discuss how AI-driven autonomous drones are unlocking the airspace from the ground up—and making drones more useful and effective than ever. Kabe will discuss specific examples of customers that recently partnered with Skydio to achieve BVLOS waivers with the FAA, such as the Chula Vista Police Department and the North Carolina Department of Transportation, and the lessons learned from achieving these important milestones. In this session, we’ll discuss: • How autonomy has the power to unlock the drone regulatory landscape • Examples of organizations that received FAA BLOS waivers partnering with Skydio • Best practices and lessons learned from these engagements

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Track

Drone Nexus

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12/15

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Sessions> Unlocking Trustworthy BVLOS Using the Power of Skydio Autonomy

Unlocking Trustworthy BVLOS Using the Power of Skydio Autonomy

The arrival of AI-driven autonomy has the potential to enable new modes of operation and regulatory approaches. While the drone industry has long been flying at long range and relatively high altitude, a wide range of commercial operations can be conducted at low altitudes leading to more accurate data. Because autonomy enables this type of operations in a safe and reliable way, forward-looking organizations that moved early to this new paradigm are finding that the FAA and global regulators have begun to issue path-breaking waivers that allow autonomous infrastructure inspections beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS)—without the traditional requirements of visual observers and expensive ground-based radars. Join Kabe Termes, Director of Solutions Engineering at Skydio, to discuss how AI-driven autonomous drones are unlocking the airspace from the ground up—and making drones more useful and effective than ever. Kabe will discuss specific examples of customers that recently partnered with Skydio to achieve BVLOS waivers with the FAA, such as the Chula Vista Police Department and the North Carolina Department of Transportation, and the lessons learned from achieving these important milestones. In this session, we’ll discuss: • How autonomy has the power to unlock the drone regulatory landscape • Examples of organizations that received FAA BLOS waivers partnering with Skydio • Best practices and lessons learned from these engagements

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