They’re called “disruptors.” In air traffic management (ATM) terms, they can be drones, commercial space vehicles, airships—any new technology, vehicle or even service model that changes the way conventional ATM is practiced. At this year’s World ATM Congress, they were all the rage, particularly unmanned aircraft systems (UAS). Traditional air navigation service providers (ANSP) and their suppliers are diving into UAS traffic management (UTM) systems to manage ...

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