Like internet and GPS technology, unmanned aerial vehicles have evolved beyond their military roots to become powerful business tools. The use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) increases exponentially. In addition to recreational activities, drones change the way businesses and governments run their mission.
The aircraft changed everything from agriculture and emergency management to national security and the provision of goods and services. Unmanned aerial vehicles have a new node dimension in the infrastructure of the Internet of Things. Replacing a static sensor implant extends the user’s ability to gather information. People are starting to understand how non-workers aircraft will contribute to tomorrow’s technological infrastructure and how they will push the limits of what’s possible. Currently, unmanned aerial vehicles are highly effective data acquisition platforms that can perform tasks in hours that otherwise would have days or weeks of people. They can provide detailed image data for a fraction of the cost to get the same data in other ways. The space station has become essential in workplace safety and is deployed regularly to perform unstable processes such as cell tower inspections, wind turbine testing, humanitarian aid, natural disaster rescue etc.
The importance of finding ways for unmanned aircraft to co-exist safely with manned aircraft is becoming increasingly urgent. DEEP AERO is developing a harmonization framework for air traffic management (ATM) and traffic management Drone / UAS (UTM). We are building a self-managed Drone / Unmanned Air Traffic Management system (UTM) that can ensure the safety of human-powered aircraft. pilot and not managed in public airspace.
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