Are you on a “how many acronyms and who bites first” bet by any chance
That stretch of airspace seems pretty challenging for any kind of “serious” service in many respects.
CloudHound wrote:TDA connecting Land’s End Airport to the Isles of Scilly for Cargo UAS Operation
Airspace change ID: ACP-2020-081
Link to CAA Portal here
aerial wrote:In the future, is it actually proposed that Danger Areas like this will criss cross the country if this trial is a success and the proposal for UAS deliveries within the UK is implemented?
profchrisreed wrote:My predicted outcome is a push for low-power, short range EC, on which those unmanned aircraft (and maybe piloted aircraft) will base collision avoidance. I'm pretty sure that will be ADSB-based, because it's a technology the CAA knows about and (guardedly) approves of. Autonomous aircraft developers are likely to develop FLARM-like algorithms, particularly to allow drones to pass close to each other in crowded areas
Marvin wrote:Asimov's Three Laws are as follows:
A robot may not injure a human being or allow a human to come to harm.
A robot must obey orders, unless they conflict with law number one.
A robot must protect its own existence, as long as those actions do not conflict with either the first or second law.