The Dynamic Verizon and NASA want to Develop a Drone Tracking System
The NASA and Verizon are working together on a cell tower system that which to track commercial and civilian drones in the US.The Documents which are obtained by THE GUARDIAN. That which is under the Agreement, which was signed Last year.NASA will develop an air traffic management system that which to track Drones using radar,cellular signals and satellites.The testing of System will begin this Summer by the Federal agency.on the other hand Verizon plans that which to develop a way to monitor drones on its cellular network by the year 2017.we hope that finalizing of its technology by 2019.The Google and Amazon which have both signed on to help test NASA’s System at the Ames Research which is center in California.That which is according to contracts obtained by the Guardian.
The project of $500,000 which aims to facilitate safe flying commercial and civilian drones.While implementing the Technology that which would keep them away from the sensitive areas.The system which would also allows to ground drones in the event of a bad weather.so as to avoid collisions by the manage of air traffic.An FAA( Federal Aviation Authority) has yet which to implement the regulations for drones.but the draft rules which are published earlier this year would require small drones that which to fly below an altitude of 500 feet and only during the daylight hours.They proposals that would also limit their speed to 100 miles per hour,which is so cool.
An Agreement of NASA’s reveals that ” cellphone companies such as Verizon and AT&T,which attended a workshop on the agency’s exploratory system.but Verizon which was the only carrier to propose using its network of cell towers.Amazon and Google,which both have their own drone programs in the works.are also on board.though in slightly different capacities.The Dynamic Google has committed $450,000 to share data from its project wing tests and also to test it’s self-driving cars at Ames. The amount of $1.8 million has spend by Amazon to test its Prime air delivery drones at Ames and which help to Develop the System.