Drone Safe Register chooses Altitude Angel as mapping tech partner


The Drone Safe Register and Altitude Angel have unveiled a new partnership to provide map data to the UAV registry.

The Drone Safe Register famously launched after receiving investment from Dragon’s Den’s Peter Jones and acts as a registry allowing consumers and businesses to engage with drone pilots for everything, from aerial photography to mapping.

The new partnership will see Altitude Angel’s mapping technology integrated into the Drone Safe Register platform, providing operational data directly to pilots allowing them to scan the skies and monitor the airspace through which they’ve been contracted to fly.

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Altitude Angel’s, vice president, sales and partnerships, said: “By incorporating Altitude Angel’s industry-leading Airspace Map and Area Reports API into the Drone Safe Register platform, both operators and pilots will benefit from the increased functionality and a greater understanding of the airspace.”

The integration will allow pilots the ability to monitor for possible hazards and restrictions and providing them a full report on the surrounding airspace assisting in carrying out operations.

The new partnership with Altitude Angel rounds out the Drone Safe Register’s slate of features for consumers, businesses and drone pilots.

Drone Safe Register founder and CEO, Mark Boyt, said: “Altitude Angel’s airspace data is without rival, so we’re very pleased to be integrating it into our award-winning platform.”

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