American Robotics Gets First Ever FAA Approval to Fly Automated Drones without a Person Present


Zacc Dukowitz
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The FAA recently granted American Robotics the first approval ever to operate automated drones without a pilot present on-site.

By definition, this approval also means that the company can operate automated flights BVLOS (Beyond Visual Line of Sight), since no one is required to be present during missions.

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Read today's post to learn more about American Robotics' new approval from the FAA and its Scout System for autonomous aerial data collection.

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