A drone moves high above downtown Reno, Nevada, on the afternoon of June 23, 2019 as part of NASA’s TCL-4 (Technology Capability Level) operation. TCL-4 involves flight testing multiple UAS (Unmanned Aerial Systems) in higher-density urban areas for tasks such as newsgathering, package delivery and large-scale contingency mitigation. The next and final test site will be Corpus Christi, Texas in August.

The challenges associated with the safe flight of drones – piloted or unpiloted – are a big topic at EAA AirVenture in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, going on now through July 28. NASA researchers are at the show talking to thousands of general aviation pilots and aviation enthusiasts about how NASA, with its partners including the FAA, has created a game plan to address the biggest barriers including noise, safety, certification, and public acceptance.

Image Credit: NASA/Andrew Carlsen


无论是有人驾驶还是无人驾驶,无人机安全飞行所面临的挑战都是EAA AirVenture航空公司的一大主题。美国宇航局的研究人员正在与数千名通用航空飞行员和航空爱好者讨论美国宇航局与包括美国联邦航空局在内的合作伙伴如何制定游戏计划,以解决噪音,安全,认证和公众接受等最大障碍。

图片来源:NASA/Andrew Carlsen

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