Cranfield University is developing an unmanned aerial vehicle corridor, the National Beyond visual line of sight Experimentation Corridor (NBEC), in Class G airspace that will be used for demonstrating a surveillance-based detect and avoid capability.

Cranfield is undertaking engagement with the relevant communities during the temporary airspace change application process and this session will provide a briefing on the proposed changes along with an opportunity to ask questions.

The full engagement process will last for 10 weeks and also include an online survey to gather feedback which will be open following this session until 12 March.

For more information please download the briefing sheet. 

Who should attend

Stakeholders including airspace users and ground-based organisations and individuals.


Free to attend.