Mobile-Enabled Unmanned Aircraft

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Mobile networks are uniquely placed to support the safe usage of unmanned aircraft (UA), which are becoming increasingly popular with consumers and business users. Today UA are generally connected to a ground control system via limited range communications over unlicensed spectrum. As a result, they tend to be restricted to visual-line-of-sight (VLOS) applications, limiting their usefulness for enterprises in particular. In this report discover how mobile networks can support unmanned aircraft operations.

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