Pilot Visual Detection of Small Unmanned Aircraft on Final Approach during Nighttime Conditions is a study to evaluate the effectiveness of in-flight pilot visual detection of small UAS platforms encountered during nighttime, visual meteorological conditions (VMC) during the approach to landing phase of flight.

Publication Date- 2021

This work contains the following main sections:

  • Problem
  • Significance of the Problem
  • Purpose
  • Research Questions
  • Literature Review
  • Methodology
  • Data Analysis
  • Assumptions and Limitations
  • Findings & Discussion
  • Conclusion
  • Recommendations

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Authors- Jon M. Loffi, Ryan J. Wallace, Samuel M. Vance, Jamey Jacob, Jared C. Dunlap, Taylor A. Mitchell, and Dane C. Johnson

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