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UK backs UAV blueprints for local authority use

UK Business Minister Backs Altitude Angel to ‘Keep the UK at the Cutting-Edge of Innovation’

Renewable energy for DSNA ground ATC stations

DSNA developped SEPHER project, produces renewable energy (photovoltaic and hydrogen-based) to supply its ground ATC stations for isolated sites.

INVOLI launches new air traffic receiver

INVOLI launches a new generation air traffic signal receiver: the G-1090, in support of its vision to enable a sky where drones fly safely alongside manned aviation

U-Space Sandbox Hamburg enters the testing phase

The first test flights at the U-Space Sandbox in Hamburg will be starting from mid-September

DroneLogbook Turns to Altitude Angel to Power Platform

Altitude Angel’s GuardianUTM Cloud will be used to power DroneLogbook’s compliance management platform

Wingcopter Drones Fly Blood Samples in Germany

Greifswald University Hospital, German air ambulance service DRF Luftrettung and Wingcopter successfully test the safe transport of blood samples by drone, significantly speed up emergency care in rural areas

ANRA Delivers Medicines from the Skies in India

ANRA Technologies will begin delivering vital medicines by drone in India as part of an initiative called "Medicine From The Sky"

Altitude Angel Selected as UTM Provider for BVLOS Demonstration

Altitude Angel has been selected by Blue Dart express air and integrated transportation & distribution to provide BVLOS demonstration

Inmarsat launches new connectivity solution for UAVs

Inmarsat's new offering safely integrates drones into managed airspace, unlocking new benefits for business and society while making skies cleaner and greener

FABEC traffic sees recovery accompanied by uncertainty and volatility

Functional Airspace Block Europe Central (FABEC) traffic rose steadily in the first half of 2021 to just over 1 million flights

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