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Why Counter Drone Technology is a Critical Piece of UTM: For…

image courtesy Fortem Technologies Unmanned Traffic Management (UTM) is a critical step in full integration of drones into the airspace.  Until a robust framework that allows manned aircraft pilots and airports to feel confident that they know exactly what’s in the airspace, commercial drone applications will be limited – and …

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DJI and Nevada Institute for Autonomous Systems Partner to S…

As a designated FAA UAS Test Site, the city of Reno, Nevada is hosting a range of trials this year. DJI has partnered with the Nevada Institute for Autonomous Systems (NIAS) to support the safe exploration of drone technology in the area.  DJI donates equipment to Reno UAS test program  …

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Unifly Expands Drone UTM Coverage to Denmark

Photo courtesy of Unifly Belgian Unmanned Traffic Management provider Unifly expanded this week by establishing a new subsidiary, Unifly ApS, to be headquartered in Copenhagen. The company says the new firm will enhance customer support and development in the Scandinavia and Baltics regions. Key to the new subsidiary was the hiring of …

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Unifly Launches e-Identification and Tracking for Drones

Belgian Unmanned Traffic Management provider Unifly this week unveiled a new e-Identification and tracking solution for drones during the World ATM Congress in Madrid, the world’s largest international air traffic management exhibition and conference. According to company officials: “The device [dubbed BLIP for broadcast location and identity platform] works in a …

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Altitude Angel Announces Austria Expansion Plans

UK aviation company and UTM provider Altitude Angel is expanding operations and opening an office in Vienna, Austria. The move appears to be a step to mitigate any issues caused by the UK’s planned departure from the European Union. As the terms of that departure are still unclear, many companies seeking to …

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Vigilant Obtains Export Waiver for Drone Product

Drone firm Vigilant Aerospace has obtained a special license from the U.S. State Department to allow streamlined export of its FlightHorizon GCS UAS system. By obtaining a “special determination (known as a Commodity Jurisdiction),” Vigilant can send out the system without being classified as a “defense article” under International Traffic …

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DroneLife Exclusive: CEO of Terra Drone India, Part of a Glo…

DRONELIFE recently caught up with Prateek Srivastava, CEO of Terra Drone India.  As India becomes a major player in the global drone industry, Srivastava gives his take on the commercial drone industry, unmanned traffic management (UTM), and where he sees the commercial market going in India. DRONELIFE:  Can you tell our …

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