The Vantis Network—North Dakota’s Progress toward Creating a Statewide System for Flying BVLOS

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North Dakota has been working for some time to create a statewide BVLOS (Beyond Visual Line of Sight) network.


The name of the North Dakota network is Vantis and it’s being developed in full partnership with the FAA. For the most part, that partnership work is being done under the aegis of the FAA’s BEYOND program, which has an explicit goal of making BVLOS operations mainstream.

The partnership is significant, because it means that as the technology and infrastructure of the network is developed it is also being held to FAA safety standards, setting North Dakota up for fast-tracked approvals when the network is ready to go live.

Read this post to learn more about how Vantis will work and why BVLOS operations could be a game changer for the drone industry at large.

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