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Phoenix Air Unmanned Cartersville, Georgia aerial inspection utilty infrastructure BVLOS 13,000 miles

Phoenix Air Unmanned Completes 13,000 miles of BVLOS Utility Inspections

Aug. 30, 2022 - The inspection flights capture high-resolution imagery of the transmission line infrastructure. The mileage total is another milestone for a program designed to build upon traditional inspection methods in the utility industry and advance beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) Uncrewed Aircraft Systems (UAS) operations in the National Airspace System.

Phoenix Air Unmanned SwissDrones flight Cartersville, Georgia

Phoenix Air Unmanned' s First Flights with SwissDrones

Sept. 20, 2022 - Phoenix Air Unmanned completed our first flights with the SwissDrones SDO50 V2 in the United States! The 192-pound aircraft is operated under FAR Part 91 and is capable of extended range UAS BVLOS utility inspections. 13,000 inspection miles later – and two years after our initial 44807 petition for exemption - we’re moving forward with multi-sensor capabilities and increased endurance!

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IBAC Announces First of its Kind Registered Operator 

Montreal – January 18, 2022 – The International Business Aviation Council (IBAC) confirmed its first International Standard for Business Aircraft Operators (IS-BAO) Remote Piloted Aircraft System (RPAS) registration was achieved this month by Phoenix Air Unmanned.

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Rapid Imaging of Tent Encampment with Drone LiDAR

Quantico, VA - September 10, 2021 - "In a crisis, there are a LOT of people who come together with one intent in mind… make a difference. I can assure you that as I walked the pathways last night and reflected on seeing several thousand Afghan refugees on their phones, faces illuminated by connected devices, their ability to communicate with loved ones and start to figure out how to manage and cope with what they’ve just experienced makes all the difference."