Drone Standards Series: Operational Intents

Aug 17., 2021

What is an operational intent, and how are they constructed?
Understand one of UAV's key foundational concepts, as explained by co-chair for the ASTM WK63418 working group and Wing's UTM Architecture and Standards lead, Mike Glasgow.

Watch now to learn how the 4D volumes are created, and how important operational intents are to strategic conflict detection, as they can help us answer questions such as:

-How close can two UAS be to each other before they're considered in conflict?

-How close can a UAS be to a constraint before it needs to be notified about it?

Explore this concept in-depth, and learn why the ASTM WK63418 working group has selected this construct as the basis for some of the services that they define in their standards.

For more drone standards content, check out our masterclass on the ASTM UTM USS Interoperability Paradigm: https://bit.ly/3wCObTQ

For more information about the ASTM WK63418 working group activities, reach out to Mike at glasgowm@wing.com

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