UAS/Drones

ATCA2020: Raytheon Intelligence & Space and SkyGrid UAM collaboration

December 8, 2020 0

Raytheon Intelligence & Space, a Raytheon Technologies business, announced a new collaboration with SkyGrid, a Boeing, SparkCognition company. SkyGrid will deploy RI&S’ revolutionary next-generation air traffic controller workstation, Multi-platform ATC Re-hosting Solution, or MARS. SkyGrid […]

UAS/Drones

Honeywell Acquires Ballard Unmanned Systems

October 16, 2020 0

Honeywell (NYSE: HON) has acquired assets from privately held Ballard Unmanned Systems, a wholly owned subsidiary of Southborough, Mass.-based Ballard Power Systems Inc. Ballard Unmanned Systems designs and produces industry-leading, stored-hydrogen proton exchange membrane fuel […]

Editorial

Do drones need their own networks?

July 14, 2020 0

Drone traffic is growing, this is nothing new.  As drone traffic grows we have to consider not only the increase in the number of drones, but the types of drones and their purpose.  We have […]

Editorial

UAS/UAM Honeywell Business Unit – more in depth

June 23, 2020 0

Following last week’s announcement by Honeywell announcing the creation of a business unit to focus on the Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) and Urban Air Mobility (UAM) markets, ATM had the opportunity to discuss the announcement […]

UAS/Drones

Singapore moves one step closer to Urban Air Mobility

February 12, 2020 0

Although there was some question about the viability of the Singapore Airshow under the shadow of the Coronavirus.  The show went ahead and important business is being conducted. One such example is a Memorandum of […]

Airports

FAA to develop low altitude infrastructure database

November 8, 2019 0

Helispot database platform LZControl has signed a research agreement with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to conduct testing for the purposes of improving the US airport master record database. FAA and industry safety groups, including […]

Safety

EASA warns against complacency over aviation safety

November 7, 2019 0

The aviation industry must guard against becoming complacent about safety despite the number of fatal accidents in commercial aviation decreasing over the last decade, warn industry experts. The European Union Aviation Safety Agency’s annual safety […]