protected airspace

protected airspace

i. The airspace on either side of an oceanic route or track equal to one-half the lateral separation minimum, except where the reduction of protected airspace has been authorized.
ii. A specified section of airspace of a holding pattern.
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When an unauthorized drone enters protected airspace, the software automatically sends an alert and can deploy a protection measure.
In that article, Jeff touched on the protected airspace for a turn at a fix.
Dedrone's platform alerts to the presence of rogue and unauthorized drones in protected airspace.
When you consider that's the most protected airspace in the world, it really shows how supportive the event organizers are to veterans.
The better news is the FAA recently revised its criteria to increase the amount of protected airspace operators may use for circling approaches.
Birmingham International Airport has also requested that the mast be lowered as it penetrates protected airspace.
Within minutes she was watching in horror as the plane headed for protected airspace over the White House and she began counting down the minutes until it would have reached the president's mansion - only to turn away and head for the Pentagon.
The jets fly over the canoe country in a military airspace called Snoopy Military Operations Area, just above the low protected airspace established by Truman in 1949.
Douglas Saathoff, Nighthawk's CEO, stated, "Recent events, such as the tsunami threat off the coast of California in June and the invasion of protected airspace over the White House in May have shown that there are shortcomings in the existing warning systems, particularly the inability to quickly sound an alarm and transmit an accurate message concerning the nature of the emergency.
Dedrones platform alerts to the presence of rogue and unauthorized drones in protected airspace.
Unmanned aerial systems that enter the protected airspace around airports can pose a serious threat to manned aviation safety.