A group of regulators, air navigation service providers (ANSP), manufacturers and operators is being formed to draft a global interoperability blueprint for UAV traffic management (UTM). Inspired by NASA’s research into low-altitude airspace management for UAVs, more than 60 organizations from Europe, China and the U.S. met in Geneva in late April and agreed on the need to form the Global UTM Standardization ...

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