SESAR GOF2.0 completes virtual flight test in Austrian airspace, integrates manned and unmanned aircraft

The SESAR GOF2.0 Integrated Urban Airspace validation project successfully completed a virtual flight test in Austrian airspace to show real-time information exchange between drone operators and Unmanned Traffic Management (UTM) in early October. The demonstration enabled drones and unmanned aircraft to safely fly in the same airspace at the same time.

A recording of the trial is available to watch here.

GOF2.0 demonstrations focus on highly automated real-time separation assurance in dense air space including precision weather and telecom networks for air-ground communication.

The GOF 2.0 consortium, consisting of 15 scientific and commercial partners from the drone and aviation industry, will use its expertise and technology to ensure safe flight operations in all classes of airspace in order to provide all airspace users with fair and efficient access to the shared airspace. The GOF 2.0 project is one of several projects managed by the SESAR Joint Undertaking that are dedicated to U-space, the European Commission’s initiative for the safe and secure integration of drones into the airspace.

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