Brussels Airport and Skeyes test BVLOS drone flights and drone detection system

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Brussels Airport and Skeyes have started testing the operational use of drones at and around the airport, according to a company press release. During two test days on 31 March and 1 April, the airport and Skeyes deployed a safety drone, controlled from a distance, to find out how drones can increase the safety, security and efficiency of airport operations. In addition, a drone detection system is being tested to detect unwanted drones, as these are not allowed in normal circumstances at and around the airport.

(Source: https://www.unmannedairspace.info/emerging-regulations/brussels-airport-and-skeyes-test-bvlos-drone-flights-and-drone-detection-system/)

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