NASA Shifts Detect-and-Avoid Focus To Smaller UAS

Credit: Ikhana: NASA
NASA is moving to the next phase of detect-and-avoid testing after a capstone flight in which its Ikhana large unmanned aircraft system (UAS) flew in the National Airspace System (NAS) without a chase aircraft to ensure safety. The 2.5-hr. flight on June 12, from Armstrong Flight Research Center at...
Graham Warwick

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