Sky-Drones embraces AirMap airspace services


Sky-Drones, a worldwide UAV flight control systems design and manufacturing specialist, has integrated with a mapping provider to offer its users a new service.

The company has incorporated Airmap technology into its autopilots hardware, onboard flight control software, mobile software and cloud services, to help its global customers build and operate commercial drones for security, inspections and mapping.

SmartAP GCS, mission planning and control software by Sky-Drones, is available for all platforms and operating systems and provides integration of geographical and situational awareness information including weather data, airspace advisories information, flight rules and restrictions and live airspace authorisations from thousands of airports in the United States through FAA.

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AirMap provides drone manufacturers easy to implement APIs and SDKs for intelligent and safer drone flight.

“With exponentially growing number of drones we need to ensure ultimately safe integration of unmanned aerial vehicles into non-segregated airspace. To even further increase and bring it to the next level we integrated AirMap – the world’s leading airspace management platform for drones,” said Kirill Shilov, CEO of Sky-Drones.

AirMap connects drone operators with airspace authorities to enable safe, efficient, and scalable drone operations through core UTM services.


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