From PrecisionHawk's post on its milestone FAA approval to fly beyond visual line of sight, in which they describe their interesting LATAS system:
To further mitigate risk, PrecisionHawk uses an airspace display technology called LATAS to help track the aircraft and avoid potential hazards such as trees, powerlines or manned aircraft. While it is not a required to receive an EVLOS waiver, LATAS plays a key role in PrecisionHawk’s own operations. The LATAS web application is a free tool available on www.flylatas.com and provides an extra layer of safety and protection for any operator flying under Part 107.
Go Ardupilot! Go Open! Its the one and only flight stack for us at Falcon Unmanned.
One day, one day I shall go to that competition! I think with CanberraUAV winning twice that makes it the most successful autopilot in the competition's history (add in all the others using it)
Cool, another official confirmation that ArduPilot i.eArduPlane is an excellent and quality commercial flight stack that supports BVLOS operations. Looking forward to seeing ArduPilot in UAV Challenge coming up end of September (27th)
Ardupilot users for the win!