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.

Airspace World is coming

The ATM community says goodbye to Madrid and hello to Geneva.

fello'fly wins Overall Excellence Award for ATM/UTM Awards

ATM Magazine and Unmanned Airspace announce the winners of the 2021 ATM/UTM Awards

CAELUM and FREQUENTIS partner to develop solutions for South Korean UTM market

Frequentis and Caelum to partner to bring UTM and UAM solutions to South Korea

Inmarsat and Catalunya create European centre of excellence for advanced air mobility

Lleida-Alguaire Airport to become European research hub dedicated to testing and demonstrating cutting-edge ATM and UTM technologies

FREQUENTIS UTM system optimises drone operations for offshore platforms

FREQUENTIS to extend UTM system for Avinor ANS enabling safe and efficient drone use around offshore platforms

Wingcopter scores $42M in latest funding round

Wingcopter leverages strong product-market fit with multi-million-dollar delivery drone orders

Is DLT the answer to crewed/uncrewed aircraft sharing the same airspace?

Dimitrios Panagiotakopoulos, Senior Lecturer in Uncrewed Aircraft systems Traffic Management (UTM), Cranfield University discusses the need for DLT in ATM/UTM systems.

ENAIRE supports the ASPRID project

The ASPRID project makes headway in testing system to protect airports from drone incursions

London Biggin Hill Airport deploys Altitude Angel

London Biggin Hill Airport becomes the latest to deploy Altitude Angel’s GuardianUTM Enterprise Platform

Thales selected by Airservices Australia to carry out drone surveillance trials

Airservices Australia has chosen Thales as its primary system integrator for an Integrated Drone Surveillance System (IDSS) trial at Sydney Kingsford Smith Airport.