Beijing University and Antwork Technology UAM Joint Laboratory to develop low altitude drone management platform

The Unmanned Aerial Mobility (UAM) laboratory set up jointly Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics and AntworkTechnology aims to support rapid development of urban low altitude unmanned aviation and demonstrate operations from the new Hangzhou Innovation Research Institute. The laboratory supports cooperation, resource sharing, training and technical partnerships. More than 20 people will work in the laboratory.

The primary goal in 2021 is to develop an urban low altitude integrated drone operation command and control management platform, build the low altitude operation database and integrated drone operation platform based around a multi-factor concept.

Antwork secured an urban drone delivery operation license issued by the Civil Aviation Administration in 2019 and operates in the field of urban medical delivery and intra-city distribution extending over 200 routes.

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