UTM/UAM

Air traffic management for uncrewed aircraft

ATM and UTM are becoming more and more linked as new aircraft enter airspace controlled by air traffic management organisations globally.  As a result, we will increase our coverage of these topics in this UTM section of our site to make them easier to identify if this is your area of interest.  Below you will find news and features on uncrewed traffic management (UTM) solutions, uncrewed aerial vehicles (UAV), Urban Air Mobility (UAM), Advanced Air Mobility (AAM), drones, eVTOL and more as the industry evolves.

Thales HADO to support BVLOS project at London's Heathrow Airport

Sharing skies above Heathrow: Operating crewed and unscrewed aircraft safety and efficiently

Altitude Angel & Mopiens Partner to Advance UTM

Altitude Angel & Mopiens Partner to Advance UTM Deployment across South Korea

ANRA Technologies Wins FAA Contract

ANRA Technologies Wins FAA Contract for Broadcast Remote ID Collection, Correlation, and Network Dissemination

ATCA GLOBAL - Blurring the lines between air and space

Blurring the lines between air and space - Pam Melroy, Deputy Administrator NASA

2022 ATM Awards are open, brought to you by Airspace World

2022 ATM Awards are open, brought to you by Airspace World

ATCA GLOBAL - ATCA goes Global round up – part three

ATCA goes Global round up – part three. A look ahead to 2035.

ATCA GLOBAL - ATCA goes Global round up - part one

ATCA GLOBAL - ATCA goes Global round up - part one. Space, AAM, drones and more.

Dronamics and Cranfield Aerospace Solutions partner for cargo drones

Dronamics and Cranfield Aerospace Solutions to develop hydrogen-fuel technology for cargo drones

ATCA Global - Raytheon Intelligence & Space selected to conduct UTM flight tests

Raytheon Intelligence & Space selected to conduct uncrewed aircraft systems traffic management ‘UTM’ flight tests

BATT and INVOLI partner to optimize Helicopter Emergency Medical Services (HEMS)

BATT and INVOLI partner to optimize Helicopter Emergency Medical Services (HEMS) operations and improve safety