INVOLI helps to determine the airspace of the future
- 26 September, 2019
- Amsterdam Drone Week
In 2007, the Single European Sky (SES) was formed to implement a pan-European approach to ATM. As part of this activity, the SESAS (Single European Sky ATM Research) was created. This organisation works to increase efficiencies to the current ATM systems and to integrate the UAV’s into the crowded skies in Europe.
Recently, the Swiss company INVOLI helped to efficiently showcase the remote identification of drones capabilities on its platform during joint demonstration which took place in Bern. This was driven by driven by various members of the Swiss U-Space Implementation (SUSI) that include ANRA, AirMap, Orbitalize, and Wing.
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