Inside Unmanned Systems

JUN-JUL 2018

Inside Unmanned Systems provides actionable business intelligence to decision-makers and influencers operating within the global UAS community. Features include analysis of key technologies, policy/regulatory developments and new product design.

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32 June/July 2018 unmanned systems inside Basil Yap UAS Program Manager North Carolina Department of Transportation Division of Aviation Offi ce 919-814-0572 • bkyap@ncdot.gov Team Contact Team Partners Core Competencies AirMap UTM (UAS Traffi c Management) Apple Road traffi c monitoring Flytrex Delivery of food and goods Fortem Technologies Airspace security and safety including real-time intrusion detection and detect-and-avoid solutions Matternet Delivery of medical samples for processing PrecisionHawk UTM (UAS traffi c management), beyond-line-of-sight fl ights T-Mobile Drone communications WakeMed Health and Hospitals Delivery of medical samples for processing Zipline Package delivery to storm-impacted areas North Carolina State University Drone communications Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department Local community outreach, infrastructure inspection, traffi c monitoring, medical sample delivery Raleigh-Durham Airport Authority Local community outreach Town of Holly Springs Delivery of food and goods North Carolina Department of Transportation Team Lead DRONE APPLICATIONS TO BE DEVELOPED ENABLING TECHNOLOGIES TO BE ADVANCED UTM (UAS traffi c management) Beyond-line-of-sight fl ights Flights over people Nighttime operations Drone fl ights in urban airspace Communication and connectivity Rapid transport of medical samples for laboratory processing Delivery of medical/ emergency supplies to remote areas Delivery of locally purchased food and goods Monitoring of road traffi c and road construction Infrastructure inspection: mapping of storm damaged roads Emergency recovery: assessment of storm damage 16 % Of the hurricanes that make U.S. landfall, 16 percent hit North Carolina. tripsavvy.com Photos courtesy of Matternet. Firm Government/Local Government/State Government/Tribal Research/Other Academia COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT Local government partners will spearhead public outreach North Carolina P P IP Integration Pilot Program Team Profi les + Two views of a Matternet drone and drone charging/payload exchange station. Matternet intends to transport medical samples.

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