Certiflight convenes to share progress on U-space tracks and discuss next steps

The Certiflight project recently held its second Advisory Board meeting in Madrid. The project proposes a new U-space service for the legal certification of tracks generated by uncrewed aerial systems (UAS) and aircraft flights. It aims to reduce the liability of drone operation and activate specific contractual conditions based on certified UAS flight positioning information.

The event was attended by all the project partners, representatives of the European Union Agency for the Space Programme as well as industry experts from drone operators, technological companies, uncrewed traffic management (UTM), global navigation satellite systems and aviation organisations.

The objective of the meeting was to share the progress made by the project in its first half, as well as to discuss future steps and challenges.

The Advisory Board was organised in a hybrid format, comprising short presentations by the Certiflight partners to set the stage, and three interactive sessions: The Certiflight software platform and the reports generated by it, the Certiflight UTM services, and the key benefits for users and business models.

Certiflight said the meeting was successful and noted that some key points were raised that will be taken into consideration for the development of the commercial services that will be provided as a result of the project.

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