Droniq, together with colleagues from Airbus Urban Mobility, Airbus Defence and Space and SkyFive.world addressed practical topics about the flight test campaign with U-space services planned for this year during a project meeting by members of the AMIUS U-space project. Under the leadership of Droniq, the project aims to conduct test flights at the U-space test facilities in Manching later this year.
The Air Mobility Initiative U-Space (AMIUS) project is part of the Air Mobility Initiative (AMI), which is funded by the Free State of Bavaria and the Federal Republic of Germany and initiates a number of research projects. AMIUS is investigating how a U-space based on digital services can integrate today’s air traffic, including its processes and technologies, with future deployment scenarios of Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) and eVTOLs (electric Vertical Take-Off and Landing aircraft) in a common airspace.
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