Guntermann & Drunck, the German manufacturer of extended keyboard, video, mouse (KVM) systems, is supplying capabilities from the airspace management sector to set up a control centre for flight monitoring as part of the Kodrana project. The Kodrana project is an EU project in Siegen, North Rhine-Westphalia that is investigating whether a 2.5km-long route between two hospital sites could be connected via drone, e.g. for blood samples. From the control centre, a user should be able to authorise, monitor and coordinate transport flights. The Kodrana project operates under maximum security aspects to protect citizens as well as other road and air users and aims to guarantee maximum safety and optimal process tracking of drone operations.
Guntermann & Drunck is presenting its KVM solutions for airspace management at World ATM Congress in Madrid 10-12 March 2020.
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