UAS/Drones

Long-range drone flights now a reality

May 27, 2020 0

Droniq has launched the first fully operational traffic management system for drones in Germany. This means drones, also known as unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), can be safely integrated into airspace and commercial drone flights over long distances […]

Editorial

AI in the Sky

May 20, 2020 0

Artificial Intelligence (AI) holds a great deal of promise to assist organisations with enhanced information to support tasks that still need to be led by a human. Air Traffic Management (ATM) is one of those […]

Editorial

A time for change at the Borealis Alliance

May 20, 2020 0

ATM had the opportunity to speak with François Huet about his recent move to the Borealis Alliance in the midst of an unsure and challenging time in our industry.  Today’s post is part one of a […]

Editorial

Drones on the Edge

May 13, 2020 0

In the fifth installment of the ongoing series of webinars from The Global UTM Association (GUTMA), drone services on the edge of the network were considered. Four speakers from different regions and functions addressed this topic. […]

CAAs/ANSPs

FAA continues work on drone integration initiatives

April 14, 2020 0

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) announced two new participants for the unmanned aircraft Traffic Management Pilot Program (UPP). The FAA’s NextGen program selected Virginia Tech Mid-Atlantic Aviation Partnership in Blacksburg, Va., and Griffiss International Airport in Rome, […]

Airplane contrails
Airspace

Trajectory-based operations are one step closer

January 30, 2020 0

Trajectory-based operations or TBO, will allow Air Traffic Management systems to know, and if required, to modify planned and actual trajectory of a flight before or during its operation. This accomplished is via accurate information that is […]