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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