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Using Mobile Networks to Coordinate Unmanned Aircraft Traffic
This growth is taking place despite severe limitations on commercial UA flights, notably the need for pilots to keep the aircraft in sight. At the same time, the wireless technologies used to control UA have a very limited range, restricting the usefulness of these aircraft. If pilots were able to operate unmanned aircraft beyond-visual-line-of-sight (BVLOS), UAS could be used for many new applications, such as inspection and surveys, transport and logistics, surveillance and monitoring, and communications and media. Safe BVLOS operations would also enable UAS to play a much greater role in disaster response and law enforcement.
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