Unifly Brings UTM Solution to US Market

Unifly, a Belgian software program agency that develops unmanned visitors administration (UTM) options and is supported by the Belgian-American Chamber of Commerce, has opened a US workplace to function the corporate’s base for American operations.

CEO Marc Kegelaers: “The US is a fast-growing market that holds a strong interest for Unifly. More specifically we are a partner in the NUAIR alliance, the New York based coalition of over 100 companies who collaborate in UAS test ranges along the East Coast. All of that is done in close collaboration with Thales. As to the practical side we’re happy to count on the collaboration of Belcham who’s providing unique infrastructure that makes it possible to take our first step across the ocean.”

As the variety of drones within the sky will increase, secure integration will current a problem. Unifly believes this may require a UTM system that may automate the processes to seamlessly combine drones into the world of manned aviation (particularly, theirs).

Unifly gives a UAS Traffic Management (UTM) platform to combine drones into the airspace safely and effectively. The Unifly UTM platform assist all stakeholders: drone operators, native authorities, aviation authorities and resolution suppliers.

In latest months the Belgian software program firm gained a number of initiatives for a phased implementation of its UTM platform, together with contracts from the German and Danish airspace authorities. Unifly additionally joined forces with Thales to embrace the core UTM expertise within the aviation software program big’s eco-system resolution.

Frank Schroth is editor in chief of DroneLife, the authoritative supply for information and evaluation on the drone trade: it’s folks, merchandise, tendencies, and occasions.
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