NASA Conducts First Ikhana Mission Without Chase Plane
NASA conducted the first flight of its Ikhana remotely piloted aircraft in shared airspace without a chase plane on June 12. It described the feat as moving the U.S. closer to routine operations of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) in controlled airspace.Fitted with a detect-and-avoid (DAA) suite to...
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