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.

Archer selects Honeywell for UAM aircraft

Archer selects Honeywell flight control and climate system technology for its Urban Air Mobility aircraft

ANRA Technologies adds drone tracking

Drone Tracking - A new Milestone for ANRA Technologies and Indian Drone Manufacturers

Flight Crowd joins Inmarsat’s Velaris Partner Network

Public perceptions about Autonomous Aviation, flying taxis to be enhanced through Inmarsat and Flight Crowd partnership

Honeywell, Hanwha Systems to collaborate on UAM

Collaboration combines expertise in urban air mobility solutions for defense and commercial applications

UK public dialogue report outlines emerging aviation technologies

Landmark public dialogue and new funding give the public a real stake in the future development and regulation of emerging aviation technology in the UK

UK green lights the World’s longest drone ‘superhighway’

Revolutionary technology will enable automated ‘pilotless’ drones to be flown BVLOS

Delivering an aviation revolution with regulation and testing at the core

From greener aircraft to airspace management and drone carried medical supplies 17 projects aim to deliver an aviation revolution

Airways International, building new opportunities

Airways International, building new opportunities

uAvionix and Hionos Team for UAS Autopilot

uAvionix and Hionos Team Introduce DO-178C compliant Pulsar Autopilot Software onto George autopilot

BVLOS flies in Belgium

Europe’s first-ever beyond visual line of sight drone flight takes off in Belgium