Six new members join GUTMA

The Global UTM Association (GUTMA) has announced that six new member have recently joined the association, taking the total number of members to 66.

The new members are:

  • Drone Alliance Europe – a coalition of leading technology companies representing the commercial drone industry before European political leaders, regulators, and other industry stakeholders, as well as international regulatory and advisory bodies.
  • IN-FLIGHT Data – an organisation that flies UAV BVLOS using multiple UTM systems, such as AirMap, ADS-B and AirNav Pro. The company has just completed the first BVLOS flight in a major North American City, which was 1.4 mi from Class C airspace, and used the UTM to manage flights and airspace communications with aircraft and NAV CANADA. The company also just completed 2,600 km / 1,600 mi of BVLOS flights in Canada, using the same systems.
  • LFV – LFVprovides air traffic management and air navigation services at several locations in Sweden and internationally.
  • DDi – Network Designs Inc. [NDi] deals with: global national and ICAO regulations; cloud based application for all aviation regulation content and text search; partners with Relmatech Ltd UK; collaborating within the UTM architecture space; determining the USS echo-system as a data service provider; member of AUVSI; working with ANSI.
  • TopDron – TopDron is currently consultant of the Santander City Council for the Spanish SESAR program and for the implementation of UTM systems in the city and U-Space projects aimed at the integration of drones in the low-rise urban space.
  • U-Flyte – U-Flyte is engaged in testing and development of specific BLOS end-use case scenarios e.g. Powerline ROW, Offshore Logistics. R&D of innovative U-Space & UTM solutions for rural, maritime and urban environments. Development of various data-gathering, logistics and specialist applications services – within the context of BLOS operation.

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