OneSky builds airspace information layers as part of Korea’s UATM solution

Unmanned Air Traffic Management (UATM) company OneSky is part of a consortium supporting the Korea – Urban Air Mobility (K-UAM) challenge aimed at commercialization of UAM in 2025. OneSky has started a new blog series discussing the OneSky Urban Air Traffic Management (UATM) solution created as part of the K-UAM Grand Challenge.

In the first post of the series, OneSky discusses building out the airspace information layers, including static and dynamic airspace constraints. In follow-on posts, OneSky will look at integrating surveillance feeds into the system and utilizing surveillance data. They will talk about flight authorization and the rules engine, then move to strategic deconfliction and conformance monitoring. Finally, they plan to discuss how this works in a federated architecture where a UATM system can manage operations from multiple operators and PSUs.

The team will also travel to Korea in mid-July and conduct AAM workshops. Watch the blog here.

The K-UAM Grand Challenge is hosted by the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport, and organized by the Korean Aerospace Research Institute.

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