AirMap Aims To Be ‘ANSP For Drones’ In Low-Altitude Airspace
If regulators let the private sector manage low-altitude airspace for drones and other users, as is suggested, then AirMap plans to be the leading service provider below 500 ft. The startup has secured $26 million in financing from the venture-capital arms of Airbus, Microsoft and Qualcomm, plus...
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