WASHINGTON—Frequentis and Sunhillo Corporation unveiled a new system that connects drone operators with civilian and military air traffic control (ATC) facilities to exchange position data and communicate. In an Apr. 10 release, the companies described the Unmanned Aerial System Connector (UAS-C), which resembles a radio, as a two-way voice and surveillance exchange between drone operators and ATC. Vienna, Austria-based Frequentis specializes in safety-critical communications. ...

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