Altitude Angel Stories October 21

The Air traffic control agency Luchtverkeersleiding Nederland (LVNL) in the Netherlands is working with Altitude Angel to power its GoDrone platform. The partnership will allow Dutch pilots to create an account and submit flight applications. It’s a process that was previously done over the phone or via email.

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Altitude Angel Stories September 22

Altitude Angel, a UK company that enables the safe integration and use of drones and UAVs into international airspace, has announced it will be creating the first Drone Zone in the Thames Valley west of London. It will be open to drones and manned aircraft. The company submitted the plans for the commercial drone corridor to the UK’s Civil Aviation Authority (CAA).

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Altitude Angel Stories August 27

Norway’s state-owned airport operator Avinor is rolling out the first Nordic UTM drone system, and Frequentis and Altitude Angel are providing hardware and software support. The system will be placed on two airport towers in support of the Norwegian government’s drone strategy.

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Altitude Angel Stories August 20

Survey and inspection provider, Iprosurv has selected Altitude Angel to implement its flight data into the company’s drone mapping solutions. The partnership will allow Iprosurv’s drone operators to have direct access to a drone safety map and airspace map for risk management and assessment.

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Altitude Angel Stories August 3

Altitude Angel has announced that it will integrate with Sky-Drones’ to enhance its drone management platform, Sky-Drones Cloud. Sky-Drones app will now allow pilots to access unmanned traffic management (UTM) services, ensuring drone flights are made safer with airspace situational awareness.

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Altitude Angel Stories July 29

Altitude Angel has announced it will take part in the Connected Places Catapult (CPC) project along with the UK Department for Transport (DfT) to build and test the Open-Access UTM framework for the country’s future drone operations.

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