The Port of Gdynia Authority has signed a letter of intent with counter drone specialist Advanced Protection Systems to cooperate in building an effective airspace control system and protection against unmanned aerial vehicles. The authority has also signed a letter of intent with Pelixar to cooperate in establishing a monitoring system at Gdynia Airport and maritime aviation base. The projects are part of the port’s ambition to create a complete, integrated test environment for unmanned aerial vehicles.
From 17 February 2020, operators will be able to obtain permission to fly over the Port of Gdynia via the PANSA UTM application. This capability is due to become available in the coming days at the following address: www.port.gdynia.pl
The Port of Gydnia says it will provide an immediate response to threats posed by drones, and to develop unmanned technologies alongside solutions which will ensure the highest level of security.
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