U-space automation tools tested with drone flights in manned airspace as part of SESAR GOF2.0 research

The European SESAR GOF2 very large demonstration project has simulated several drone flights in Poland, Kąkolewo supported by Polish air navigation service provider PANSA. The main focus of the tests is to investigate how drones can fly and interact tactically with manned aviation. The research included realistic challenges for air traffic controllers both before and during flights, using non-verbal communication between air traffic control and drone pilots via PansaUTM and Droneradar app and showing interconnections between Unmanned Traffic Management (UTM) and U-space services and products such flight planning tools provided by Aviamaps and service integration platforms such as smartSIS developed by Frequentis.

The SESAR JU project GOF 2.0 Integrated Urban Airspace Validation, with a consortium of 15 members, is focused on the safe, secure, and sustainable integration of unmanned aerial vehicle and air taxi operations in urban airspace.

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