My latest paper: Quantitative Analytics for BVLOS Operational Risk Assessments
In May 2021, I presented new research on quantifying Operational Risk Assessments (ORAs) with my colleagues Matt Petry and Garrett McKelvey. ORAs are a necessary part of gaining approval to fly drones Beyond Visual Line Of Sight (BVLOS). Currently, ORAs take a lot of time and can be a complicated task.
In this paper, we discuss methods for quantifying risk likelihood, and show how this information can be automated and visualized for quick decision making.
The presentation can be viewed here: Presentation: Quantitative Analytics for BVLOS ORAs
The full paper is available here: Paper: Quantitative Analytics For Beyond Visual Line of Sight Operational Risk Assessments
Previous papers and presentations
Web services, tools and techniques. Mostly scientific related applications and sources.
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