In episode 3 of the DroneTalks Drone Standards series, host and co-founder, Lorenzo Murzilli, and guest Mike Glasgow, co-chair for the ASTM WK63418 working group, continue to explore and define the other services and rules defined within the UTM USS Interoperability standard, all of them crucial to achieving a target level of safety for UAS'.
Learn what strategic coordination is, and how conflict detection fits in within it, and understand the concepts of aggregate operational intent, conformance monitoring, conformance monitoring for situational awareness, and constraint processing.
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