UTM Stories July 2

Sugu Drones has announced that it will use Altitude Angel‘s UTM services for accurate, real-time, and relevant geospatial and flight awareness data for its custom-built flight planning and logging platform. Altitude Angel will also provide Sugu’s pilots with live, interactive airspace alerts for safer flying.

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UTM Stories June 29

A few days ago, Switch in partnership with ANRA Technologies and the Nevada Institute for Autonomous Systems (NIAS) announced that is has received a Broad Agency Announcement (BAA) contract from the FAA worth $1.79 million to validate unmanned traffic management (UTM) technology.

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Altitude Angel has welcomed another new partner in its global partnership program, AIRVID. The two will work together to enable safe and complex flight operations. AIRVID has been providing drone services to a wide range of industries for the last seven years.

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UTM Stories June 22

Spark Mobility is the first company to join Altitude Angel’s partnership program allowing Spark to provide better solutions to its customers. Altitude Angel’s Guardian UTM platform allows drone pilots to complete more complex missions and BVLOS flights.

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UTM Stories May 21, 2019

Last month, German researchers successfully tested an Unmanned Air Traffic Management system that coordinated two drone flights in the area of Köhlbrand Bridge in Hamburg Germany. The City Air Traffic Management (City-ATM) project successfully demonstrated two drones cooperating with each other while executing a bridge inspection, amid active shipping and roads traffic. The Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt or German Aerospace Center in partnership with various industrial and academic parties performed the test as part of a study for the future use of drones in urban environments.

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UTM Stories March 12, 2018

During last week’s FAA Symposium in Baltimore, Amazon, Boeing, GE, and Google announced that they are ready to start working on the development of a private Unmanned Traffic Management (UTM) system for drones. Testing in conjunction with NASA is supposed to start in the next three months. The system will enable swarms of drones to fly a couple of hundred feet above the ground using cellular and web applications to avoid collisions and allow for remote tracking.

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