NASA is seeking partners to collaborate on development and testing of a system to provide air traffic management of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) in low-altitude airspace, below controlled airspace managed by the FAA. The agency wants to identify public, private and academic organizations that would participate in developing and testing a series of increasingly sophisticated builds of the planned UAS Traffic Management (UTM) system. The goal of UTM is to enable safe and efficient use of ...

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