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BVLOS Assist Packages

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uAvionix Australia has been invited to present products applicable to Beyond Visual Line of Sight (BVLOS) operations at the Australian Association for Unmanned Systems Demystifying BVLOS Seminars.

Our presentation details product testing undertaken in collaboration with Air Services Australia and V-TOL Aerospace in addition to ADS-B BVLOS operations conducted in a disaster management environment. We will explain how uAvionix products may be implemented to assist  BVLOS operations in Australia. 

For those unable to attend, the following quick reference guide will assist operators select products relevant to their BVLOS operations.

BVLOS Assist Package One

Package One suits UAV BVLOS operations involving a single monitoring device.

ping20S

ADS-B Transponder

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  • Transmits ADS-B on 1090MHZ
  • Extended squitter at nominal 20W
  • Replies to Mode S radar interrogations from Air Traffic Control and aircraft anti-collision systems
  • Implements sense and avoid for UAVs
  • Meets performance requirements of TSO-C199 Class A device
  • 15 grams
FYXnav-B

GPS

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  • WAAS GNSS sensor
  • Integrated barometer
  • Integrated RAIM processor
  • Programmable
  • 27 grams
pingUSB

ADS-B Receiver


  • Integrates with Virtual Radar Server
  • FYXnav-B programmer
  • Wi-Fi receiver

BVLOS Assist Package Two = Package One + pingStation

Package Two adds the pingStation for UAV BVLOS operations that require a network receiver, Power Over Ethernet device, all-weather solution and/or greater monitoring range.

pingStation

ADS-B Receiver

  • Network ready
  • Power-Over-Ethernet interface
  • 150 mile radius in real time (dependent upon output power of transmitting ADS-B transceiver)
  • All-weather design
  • Integrated GPS provides position and precision time stamping for messaging

Your queries regarding BVLOS equipment are most welcome by contacting us.

Register for the Australian Association for Unmanned Systems Demystifying BVLOS Seminars.