Join us on April 29 – May 2 at XPONENTIAL in Chicago and hear our CEO Amit Ganjoo talk about navigating the next steps from research/demonstrations to creating an “Operational UTM” system.
The NASA/FAA UTM Research Transition Team (RTT) goals include maturing increasingly complex scenarios and technologies; demonstrating those capabilities; and delivering to the FAA technology-transfer packages that enable NAS service expectations by providing insight and capability requirements for critical services. But, the UAS community cannot consider UTM to be “operationalized” until it achieves FAA approval at a cost point that is affordable to users. This sustainable business case must also incorporate civil BVLOS operations to scale effectively. However, without FAA accepted performance standards defining an “approvable” service, it is impossible to close a business case implementing a commercially viable UTM to support safe BVLOS operations.
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As we get ready to head to the XPONENTIAL in Chicago next week, we encourage you to schedule some time to see a platform demo or to meet the team members of our Management team who will be on site. Learn more about the ANRA DroneUSS™ UTM platform, the leading solution for UAS Traffic Management (UTM) as well as our DroneOSS™ Workflow Orchestration platform.