ANRA Technologies adds new functionalities, launches Mission Manager X (MMX) platform

Uncrewed vehicle mission management and operations solutions company ANRA Technologies has launched Mission Manager X (MMX), the next-generation fleet operations and management platform for uncrewed aircraft.

MMX integrates ANRA’s existing mission, fleet and UAS Traffic Management (UTM) services and technologies to provide commercial drone operators with a singular solution designed to ensure safe and compliant drone operations, covering everything from pre-flight planning to post-flight analytics.

The solution integrates with most available hardware, including drone-in-a-box (DiB) systems, enabling enterprises to streamline their operations, optimize workflows, mitigate risk, analyze data and reduce manual efforts – on a singular platform, says the press release.

MMX new and updated features and functionalities include:

  • Seamless integration with 90% of commercially available drones today, including DiB systems such as OmniDock and DJI Dock, with more in the works for real-time monitoring and task automation.
  • Real-time tracking and monitoring of all drones operating within its purview, including aircraft status, position, and telemetry data. If any issues arise during its operation or if it deviates from its planned flight path, MMX will alert operators for corrective actions.
  • Multiple map layers that depict authoritative aeronautical data, NOTAMs, weather, geozones, surveillance, and more.
  • Live, multiple video streaming from onboard drone cameras that can be shared and distributed to authorized users.
  • Integration into the broader air traffic management network, enabling automated operations, such as take-off, landing, and mission execution. MMX. communicates with your drone fleet and DiB, sending waypoints and instructions for drone missions.
  • Geofencing and dynamic airspace restrictions for collision mitigation and avoidance. MMX can prevent drones from entering restricted areas or adjust their flight paths to avoid potential conflicts with other air traffic.
  • Detect and Avoid (DAA) systems with aircraft track information and integrated surveillance services such as radar, ADS-B, FLARM and C-UAS sensors, Broadcast and Network Remote ID capabilities
  • FAA-certified Low Altitude Authorization Notification Capability (LAANC).
  • Third-party integrations with services such as IBM’s Maximo and ArcGIS.

With global drone operations increasing in scale and civil aviation authorities introducing new airspace management requirements, MMX aims to help meet demand for solutions that can conform to airspace requirements. The platform has been optimized for a multitude of mission profiles, including inspection, delivery, and transport to maximize ROI.

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