Fly ND is an annual convention produced by the North Dakota Aviation Affiliation which brings trade leaders from North Dakota and surrounding states collectively for experience sharing, studying, networking, and discussions on the expansion of the aviation trade in North Dakota.
Vigilant Aerospace is proudly exhibiting on the occasion and becoming a member of the dialog on the way forward for the aviation in North Dakota alongside educators, legislators, trade consultants, and financial builders.
Discover us within the exhibit corridor! We’ve got a sales space with FlightHorizon previews and an Engineer on website to reply questions! Let’s discuss detect-and-avoid for unmanned plane methods.
About Fly ND
Fly ND is an annual convention produced by the North Dakota Aviation Affiliation (NDAA) which focuses on advancing and selling aviation within the state of North Dakota and presenting necessary points to authorities and most people. The annual occasion supplies a discussion board for the change of data, concepts, and expertise amongst pilots, agricultural operators, airport managers, FBO’s, aviation mechanics, educators, an extra from in and round North Dakota. For extra info on the annual Fly ND Convention, go to www.fly-nd.com/events/Conference.
Vigilant Aerospace is a know-how firm with places of work in Oklahoma and North Dakota that gives the FlightHorizon detect-and-avoid and airspace administration system for unmanned and autonomous plane. Primarily based on an completely licensed NASA patent, the system accepts inputs from a number of information sources, fuses the information right into a single image of the airspace, predicts potential conflicts with different plane after which supplies avoidance advisories to an unmanned plane pilot or airspace supervisor. The system helps unmanned plane to take care of protected distances from different visitors which is required to fly past visible line-of-sight. The system is at present utilized in NASA and FAA flight testing packages and has been the topic of a number of scientific papers. For extra info, go to our web site at www.VigilantAerospace.com.