GUTMA publishes the second edition of the UTM Standards Report for members

The Global UTM Association (GUTMA) has announced the publication of its latest UTM Standards Report UTM Standards Preview [available to members-only]. The document features up-to-date information on the development of UTM standards, including the work schedules of the world’s top leading Standards Developing Organizations (SDOs) for the coming months. This expert investment by members of GUTMA is enabling innovative solutions in airspace management to enable the UAS integration.

GUTMA’s latest Standards Report shares the updates on the AW-Drones project that supports the rulemaking process for the definition of rules, technical standards, and procedures for civilian drones to enable safe and reliable operations in the European Union.

Since the beginning of its journey, GUTMA has placed itself at the forefront of the standards development process by working together with SDOs such as ASTM International and GSMA to pursue a successful UAS integration. The full integration of drones into the civil airspace will be a defining moment for the entire transport industry, but this will require the involvement of many different sectors and stakeholders, including the telecommunications and Internet-of-Things (IoT) industries.

Standards development plays a crucial role in a forward-looking industry such as that of UAS; with its long-term vision, GUTMA will ensure that safety, sustainability, and the opinions of all its members will continue to be highly regarded in the process.

Standards Reports will be published and made available to members regularly.

Membership enquiries: secretariat@gutma.org

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www.gutma.org

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