Iris Automation has announced the launching of its new Waiver Resource Center (WRC) for beyond-visual-line-of-sight (BVLOS) flight applications.
The platform will help drone pilots who wish to apply for commercial BVLOS flight waivers complete the process with a high chance of success and in a timely manner.
It will include information on the legislation of multiple aviation authorities, thus helping the applicant to understand the rules they must abide by.
A statement released by the company described the platform as “giving drone operators access to expertise and tools for managing the complex waiver submission”.
It is a combination of software-as-a-service and expert aviation policy consulting.
“The new Waiver Resource Center is both the crystallization of our policy team’s expertise and our years of interactions with multiple aviation authorities,” said Gabrielle Wain, vice president of global policy and government affairs, “to simplify what is otherwise a complex and often confusing process.
“As more companies unlock the potential of drones and look to set their commercial operations apart there is a huge need for on-demand policy experts who can write complex waivers applications for safe BVLOS flight operations.”