With its City-ATM project, the German Aerospace Center (DLR) aims to develop a sustainable air traffic management (ATM) system in urban airspace, thereby creating a regulated space for all airspace participants.
Despite the unexpected circumstances, last year has advanced the drone market. We see an upward trend for the coming year as well. But what exactly can we expect in 2021?
What does 2021 have in store for us? Here are a few topics that are guaranteed to keep us busy next year.
EASA (European Union Aviation Safety Agency) published another document for the implementation of the new regulation of companies on Dec. 17. EASA thus provides an important missing piece of the puzzle mid-December, just less than two weeks before the new [ ... ]
If next year on October 11th a whirring sound is heard in the air in Hamburg, chances are that it is an air taxi or a delivery drone. The reason is the ITS World Congress, aircraft, and automobile manufacturers, among others, will be presenting their latest achievements on the mobility issues of the future.
The cooperation of drones and artificial intelligence will create new possibilities for automated drone use in the future. What AI needs to contribute and what role it will play in U-Space will be explained here.
Together with HERE Technologies, FlyNex has mapped the German airspace in 3D for the first time. We explain why and how it all came about.
UTM can be understood as part of ATM. But what exactly distinguishes Air Traffic Management from Unmanned Air Traffic Management? We will tell you.
Automated drone fleets, air taxis, packages delivered directly to your window? In the last part of our "10 million" series, we want to show you what the future will (probably) bring to the drone market and drone technology.
Instead of using blue light through the traffic, over the roofs of the city: Medifly-Hamburg tested tissue transports between two hospitals in a metropolis for the first time.