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This NASA aircraft was one of two mock intruders used in drone tests, simulating a close approach to evaluate whether a radar-equipped drone could detect and avoid them. Photo by Amy Robertson for Virginia Tech

In the drone industry, it’s called “the detect-and-avoid problem.” Enabling drones to sense nearby aircraft and move out of their way has been a major obstacle for a technology confined to specialized applications to reach its full potential. Drone tests in Virginia offer promise in overcoming that hurdle.

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