Unifly to improve airspace safety with Solita partnership

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Unifly has announced a new partnership with Solita, through which the pairing hopes to improve airspace safety.

The collaboration will see the advancement of unmanned traffic management (UTM) technologies.

The companies hope to streamline the safe integration of drones into the airspace, according to a joint statement.

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Unifly is an Antwerp-based company founded in 2015 that specialises in UTM and integrating the worlds of manned and unmanned aircraft.

Ronni Winkler Østergaard, managing director of Unifly’s Danish branch, said: “I am excited about this collaboration with Solita, as it opens a lot of opportunities to bring value to existing and new customers in the area of digitalization, and facilitate more advanced use of drones for all stakeholders.”

Solita, meanwhile, was established in 1996 and has offices throughout northern Europe.

It uses data and human insight to create culture, services and tech solutions that will reinvent businesses.

Mikko Varjos, Solita Mobility industry director, said: “Future drone services are built on top of data fusion with a user-centric approach.

“Collaboration with Unifly creates great opportunity to provide unique data and analytics services for U-space customers.”

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