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ParaZero Introduces Geocaging Functionality

New Solution Enhances Safety of BVLOS Operations

Founded in 2014 and headquartered in Be’er Sheva, Israel, ParaZero Drone Safety Solutions is a technology concern specializing in the safe and comprehensive deployment of Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS).

In addition to proprietary architectures the likes of the company’s SafeAir M350 Pro parachute system and SmartAir Trinity, an AI-based avionics system designed to detect malfunctions in UAS and eVTOL aircraft in real-time and provide analytics for mission debriefings, ParaZero has brought to market a new technology by which its systems are rendered geocaging-capable.

Geocaging enhances the security of long-range and Beyond Visual Line Of Sight (BVLOS) drone operations by dint of real-time flight display. The solution enables operators of small to medium UASs to reduce ground and air traffic risks while limiting Flight Termination System (FTS) use. Geocaging is complementary to geofencing or geo-awareness applications, and offers UAS operators additional positioning resources for tasks demanding higher degrees of reliability and accessibility than achievable with standard GPS or geofencing methods.

ParaZero director of business development & regulation Aaron Gabriel Gliner stated: "The operating of drones and UASs depends first and foremost on the safety of the surrounding areas and is only allowed by most territories and regulators when [UASs are] equipped with high-safety solutions. One of the challenges for drone operators is out-of-area flights and BVLOS that travel to restricted areas. Our new geocaging functionality helps to locate the limits of unauthorized areas and safely guides the drone to avoid collisions with other vehicles and crashes in crowded territories.”

ParaZero’s website sets forth the company’s vision is to “use its SafeAir drone safety technology to unlock the full potential of the commercial UAS industry through enhancing operational safety, mitigating risk, and enabling organizations to benefit from regulatory approvals for advanced UAS use cases.”

In keeping with the antecedent vision, ParaZero supplies advanced safety solutions to global customers across myriad aerial platforms, including multirotor, single-rotor, fixed-wing, Vertical Take-Off and Landing (VTOL), manned and unmanned, Advanced Air Mobility (AAM), and Urban Air Mobility (UAM) aircraft.

Worldwide, organizations and operators have received regulatory approvals for advanced operations, including autonomous flight beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS), operations over people (OOP), operations in densely populated areas, and drone delivery, by virtue, in part, of ParaZero’s innovative technologies.

FMI: www.parazero.com

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