【美国宇航局即将完成针对城市的无人机交通控制系统】

【美国宇航局即将完成针对城市的无人机交通控制系统】 美国宇航局准备将无人机交通管理系统纳入最终测试,并选择内华达州和德克萨斯州作为其最终测试站点。该机构与美国联邦航空局一起,在过去四年中一直在开发无人机交通管理(UTM)系统,以便弄清楚如何在城市环境中安全地驾驶无人机。

 

NASA is close to finalizing its drone traffic control system for cities

The agency will conduct its final technological demonstrations in Nevada and Texas.


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NASA is ready to put its drone traffic management system to the ultimate test and has chosen Nevada and Texas as its final testing sites. The agency, together with the FAA, has been developing an Unmanned aircraft Traffic Management (UTM) system over the past four years in an effort to figure out how to safely fly drones in an urban environment. Now that the project is in its last phase, it has teamed up with the Nevada Institute for Autonomous Systems in Las Vegas and the Lone Star UAS Center for Excellence & Innovation in Corpus Christi, Texas to conduct a final series of technical demonstrations.

NASA and the FAA are planning to demo a big list of technologies, including their interface with vehicle-integrated detect-and-avoid capabilities, vehicle-to-vehicle communication and collision avoidance, as well as automated safe landing technologies. All those will help NASA understand the challenges of flying in an urban environment and conjure up ideas for future rules and policies. They'll also help the agency figure out the best procedures to operate drones safely in overpopulated areas.

Since the agencies will relay everything they learn from these demos to the commercial drone industry, they could give urban drone use a push in the right direction. The project's final test flights will take place from March to June in and around downtown Reno, as well as in July and August in Corpus Christi.

https://www.engadget.com/2019/02/20/nasa-drone-traffic-control-system-cities/

 


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