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Altitude Angel and INVOLI Partner to Provide Drone Pilots wi…

UK-based UTM provider Altitude Angel is partnering with Swiss INVOLI. The combination of Altitude Angel’s airspace and ground hazard data with INVOLI’s low-altitude air traffic awareness data will provide “an unrivalled picture of airspace,” says an Altitude Angel press release. The two companies have worked together informally on several projects, …

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Drones for Good: Altitude Angel Releases Instant Tactical UT…

Drones can be a critical tool for responding to natural disasters like wildfires or floods – but if not carefully coordinated they also risk interfering with manned aircraft working at the same scene.  To add to the confusion of a natural disaster, ground-based communications networks are often the first infrastructure …

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Altitude Angel and Airmate Launch New Drone UTM System

Courtesy: Altitude Angel British UTM provider Altitude Angel will be taking their business to new heights after agreeing to a partnership with flight-planning platform Airmate. The duo will exchange real-time aircraft telemetry data, developing an Unmanned Traffic Management system to enable manned aircraft and drones to detect each other. An Altitude …

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Altitude Angel Wins Nationwide UTM Contract in the Netherlan…

UK UTM provider Altitude Angel has announced the company has been awarded a contract to provide the Netherlands’ air traffic control authority, Luchtverkeersleiding Nederland (LVNL), with a nationwide UTM platform. Altitude Angel’s solution will provide the Netherlands with a UTM platform aimed at safely integrating drones into Dutch airspace. The …

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UK CAA Launches ‘Innovation Sandbox’ With 6 Drone Industry P…

Back in 2017 the FAA’s drone integration pilot program was announced, paving the way for a number of interesting and innovative explorations of drone technology. The UK’s Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has this week launched a similar program, although the scale and practical outcomes are still unclear. The CAA says …

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