CAP1861: Beyond Visual Line of Sight in Non-Segregated Airspace

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Title:Beyond Visual Line of Sight in Non-Segregated Airspace
Description:Regularly operating unmanned vehicles beyond the visual line of sight (BVLOS) of their operator is a key requirement to maximise the benefits that this technology can deliver.

This updated Innovation Hub guide introduces the fundamental principles of operating safely beyond visual line of sight, and describes the challenges that must be tackled in order to unlock the full potential for everyday flying such as inspection of infrastructure and deliveries

Review Comment:None
Date:8 October 2020
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