Altitude Angel has showcased to the European Commission the technology it deployed during the recent Gulf of Finland project at Digital Transport Days 2019.
Hosted by INDanube, Digital Transport Days 2019 is taking place 7-9 October in Helsinki, Finland which offers a European viewpoint to digital solutions for transport and mobility.
It is attended by Europe’s leading public officials and experts as well as industry and service providers.
Altitude Angel, a central partner in the Gulf of Finland (GoF) trials, showcased the technology it successfully deployed during the GoF project at the conference on Monday.
Altitude Angel demonstrated a comprehensive range of U-Space 1-3 services, including a collation of multiple telemetry and surveillance sources (ADS-B, primary and secondary radar, FLARM, integrated ground control stations and GSM trackers), flight planning, approval and in-flight instruction, dynamic geofencing, remote ID, FIMS integration through a SWIM architecture.
Simon Wynn-Mackenzie, head of products at Altitude Angel, said: “The Gulf of Finland project was a great success so I’m thrilled Altitude Angel were asked to present our industry leading UTM solution to the European Commission.”
Adding: “Through demonstrations like the ground-breaking Operation Zenith and the Gulf of Finland trials, Altitude Angel has been able to consistently demonstrate how its platform can safely integrate drones into a range of dynamic airspace situations such as urban operations, blue-lights support, search-and-rescue and international coordination.”