Pioneering regulation, not just technology
Percepto works closely with regulators around the world to both shape drone regulation and gain complex operational approvals. By gaining approval to operate beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) and over people, our clients expand the value of their operations, and benefit from autonomous drone operations without human involvement.
Pioneering safe, approved autonomous drone flight
Percepto works closely with regulators around the world to create meaningful regulatory frameworks.
Our solution has BVLOS approvals across 5 continents – working with regulators in the U.S., Australia, Europe and more to get the approvals our clients need.
In the news:
Autonomous drone developer Percepto this week announced three regulatory milestones—completing the certifications and a test flight phase that take the Israeli company a step closer to FAA Certification, countrywide EVLOS in Australia and BLOS in Norway.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) granted Skyward, A Verizon company, a temporary waiver that allows company pilots to fly a Percepto autonomous drone from their homes to inspect critical communications infrastructure near the Big Hollow wildfire in Washington. The waiver permits operations 24 hours a day, with less than 3 miles of visibility, and no pilot or observer on site.