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Remote ID for Drones: FAA Names 8 Technology Partners

The FAA is moving forward on remote ID for drones.  Today, the FAA announced 8 companies that will work with the FAA in setting up a framework of technology requirements for future suppliers of remote ID technology.  The 8 companies chosen are: Airbus, AirMap, Amazon, Intel, One Sky, Skyward, T-Mobile, and …

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ANSI Pilots Drone Standards Guide

One of the world’s top standardization groups wants to establish a common benchmark for the drone industry. Last week, the American National Standards Institute released a working draft titled the Standardization Roadmap for Unmanned Aircraft Systems (Version 2.0). The brainchild of the institute’s Unmanned Aircraft Systems Standardization Collaborative, the document …

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Drone Firm Skyward Highlights Continuity During COVID-19 Cri…

File: Skyward President Mariah Scott Drone-management company Skyward expects uninterrupted access to its platforms during the COVID-19 crisis. The company released a statement Tuesday directed specifically to clients working in essential services or critical infrastructure. Skyward president Mariah Scott noted the company’s Skyward Aviation Management Platform will continue to give …

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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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