SOARIZON by Thales and Iris Automation have partnered in a move “to help unlock the true potential of unmanned air systems.”
Together, the companies will provide customers with Iris Automation’s leading DAA technology to enable Beyond Visual Line of Sight (BVLOS) operations paired with SOARIZON’s complete drone operations management platform.
Its modular system, Casia, is the first commercially available computer vision detect-and-avoid solution to enable BVLOS operations for autonomous vehicles.
Casia enables a drone to truly understand and react to the aviation environment around it as if a pilot were on board.
The companies explained that SOARIZON’s partnership with Iris Automation supports the ambitions of both companies to promote safer use of the skies.
The alliance will enable innovative testing and safe BVLOS projects, bringing together mission planning, compliance, remote ID and DAA capabilities, unlocking the future of unmanned flight for everyone.
Ben Orcan, partnerships manager at SOARIZON, commented: “We are thrilled to work with Iris Automation. The Casia system is the first of its kind and is at the forefront of innovation in unmanned flight.”
Adding: “We already have exciting projects planned as part of this partnership and we look forward to demonstrating what our combined expertise and capabilities can achieve to further advance the drone economy.”