BVLOS ENABLEMENT FRAMEWORK
SkeyDrone's BVLOS enablement as template for U-space?
Strategic Mitigation by Structures and Rules
SkeyDrone has developed a risk mitigation framework that makes use of common airspace structures and rules to mitigate the risk of mid-air collisions. This framework was created to help drones to fly increasingly complex missions (BVLOS over populated areas) in a safe and scalable manner. Hence it was named the “BVLOS enablement framework”.
“Today it serves as a template for the creation, design and organisation of U-space airspace”, or as an “operational” U-space Sandbox.
Hendrik-Jan Van Der Gucht, Managing Director SkeyDrone
“This framework allowed D-Hive to obtain operational approval for automated BVLOS operations in the Port of Antwerp Bruges, a premier (in non-segregated airspace).
Bob Spanoghe, Innovation Platform Manager
How does it work?
Tactical Mitigation by Traffic Information Service
Where is this BVLOS Framework available?
SkeyDrone first applied the BVLOS framework based on existing airspace structures and rules in the Port of Antwerp-Bruges (EBR54) and in controlled airspace administered by the Belgian ANSP, skeyes, combined with some adjusted access conditions and UTM features
This framework is now the key enabler in a EU funded BURDI project that is aimed at creating a roadmap to the design, creation and organisation of U-space airspace in the Benelux.
If you would like to introduce this BVLOS Framework in your area of responsibility, do not hesitate to get in touch (link below). We look forward to helping you succeed.