Drone fleet management software company, Kittyhawk, has rolled out its new drone management equipment, Dynamic Airspace.
The company said the product brings a higher level of compliance to drone operations whilst also giving users more control over airspace, workflows, reports and risk intolerance.
While going through the LAANC approval process with the FAA last year, Kittyhawk started to build its own airspace product with direct FAA data sources and UAS Facility Map content.
Dynamic Airspace lets a business look at its airspace and shows authorisations, locations, annotations, and points of interest relevant to the individual company.
Jon Hengranes, CEO and founder of Kittyhawk, said: “We have combined our patent-pending airspace technology with Kittyhawk engineering and design to create an elegant and simplified airspace experience with colours, advisories, warnings, weather, and alerts that reduce noise and give a clear operational picture of your airspace.
“Once you put Dynamic Airspace into action across your drone program, each map layer will immediately add valuable situational awareness to your operation and for your team.”
Each map layer is a segment of a company’s compliance whether it’s looking at controlled airspace or one of its LAANC authorisations.
In addition to all of the critical airspace layers that companies need for planning and flying safely in the national airspace, companies will find a host of new layers coming to the maps.
Hengranes added: “Straight out of the gate we’re introducing LAANC-as-a-Layer and you’ll be able to see current and upcoming authorizations on your map anywhere you’re accessing Kittyhawk including Android, iOS, and the new Kittyhawk web dashboard.
“Coming soon, we’ll be introducing a whole host of layers including COAs, waivers, missions, flights, and UTM data.”