Insitu, FAA collaborate to demonstrate UAS certification requirements.
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Boeing Company subsidiary Insitu has announced the completion of the first interim Type Certification Board Meeting (TCBM) in support of the ScanEagle3 Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) type certification program, the company said.
FAA teams, including Aircraft Certification (AIR), Aircraft Flight Status (AFS), Air Traffic Organization (ATO), and Aircraft Unmanned Systems (AUS), came together at Insitu's headquarters in Bingen, Washington for the TCBM, a first for the group of FAA teams. The FAA teams participated in an overview of Insitu's Project Plan for Certification, examining Insitu's "Detect and Avoid" (DAA) capability planning, along with its Safety Management System and proprietary model--based engineering. The three-day agenda included launch-to-capture flight tests, as well as standards, flight training and technical publications and manuals reviews to ascertain Insitu's proposed basis for 2019 UAS Type Certification.
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|Date:||Oct 25, 2018|
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