MissionGO Unmanned Systems endorses the FAA March 10, 2022 Final Report; Unmanned Aircraft Systems Beyond Visual Line Of Sight (BVLOS) Aviation Rulemaking Committee (ARC).


March 29, 2022

If implemented, the nine recommendations will enable the next phase of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) operations envisioned by the aviation industry, FAA, entrepreneurs, government agencies, public service organizations, and the public. The impractical elements of the §107 rule “Operation and Certification of Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems”, the potentially impossible elements of obtaining a FAA Type Certificate (TC) by way of FAA regulation §21.17(b) :Special Class”, and the ever-elusive Part §91.113 restrictions on BVLOS operations (See & Avoid) can begin to melt away.

MissionGO, an unmanned systems developer and manufacturer, is setting a new standard for next-generation transportation logistics. By leveraging unmanned aircraft systems, MissionGO delivers improved reliability, reduced costs, and increased transparency to benefit multiple sectors, including healthcare and utilities.

If implemented, the ARC recommendations will enable MissionGO and others to complete Type, Production, and Operator Certification programs faster. This will lead to countless life-saving and enhancing operations, more effective safety & security operations, endless cost effective conveniences via UAS operations, and more rapid scaling of our MGV100 UAS production & delivery.

MissionGO also congratulates the FAA and Industry ARC members for their diligence seeing this complex effort to closure. With timely and continued efforts by MissionGO, the ARC members, and the FAA team, UAS Integration into the Unites States National Airspace System can become a reality soon.


Read the full Final Report here: https://www.faa.gov/regulations_policies/rulemaking/committees/documents/media/UAS_BVLOS_ARC_FINAL_REPORT_03102022.pdf