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Everything related to Unifly's journey in the quest of aiding in the safe integration of drones into airspace. Read all about it here.

Jul 16, 2018

Aeronyde and Unifly Partner to Build Advanced Drone Systems for Emergency Responders

July 16, 2018. Melbourne, FL– Today, Florida-based Autonomous Aerial Systems (AAS) company Aeronyde and Belgian Unmanned Traffic Management provider Unifly announced a partnership to bring advanced UAV technology to emergency responders. The companies will integrate Unifly’s Unmanned Traffic Management services, along with Aeronyde’s system for Autonomous flight, to create an efficient self-flying system for police and fire departments.

The Aeronyde-Unifly partnership will create an autonomous system to enable emergency responders to scale their drone operations. The resulting system will offer on-demand dispatching of registered and authorized drones, and will deliver real-time situational awareness of scenes of distress.

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Jun 11, 2018

Huawei and Unifly collaborate to identify and track drone flights

Shenzhen, China – June 11th, 2018 – Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd and Unifly N.V have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to cooperate in the field of Unmanned Traffic Management (UTM) systems. The MoU covers both research and development, and a joint market approach to Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS, or drone) management.

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May 25, 2018

Unifly wins Datanews Start-Up Company Award For Excellence

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Apr 26, 2018

Captains of industry accept position on Unifly Advisory Board

We are delighted and proud to announce that three captains of industry have accepted a position on the Advisory board of Unifly.

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Mar 15, 2018

Unmanned and manned aviation

Why are pilots worried about drones?

Pilots and Air Traffic Control operators are unable to establish visual contact with drones in the air. This poses great safety risks, as drones that come into contact with an airplane engine could cause serious problems.

Bird strikes are not uncommon relatively speaking, and passenger aircraft can fly with a single engine. But there are concerns however, that a metallic object containing lithium batteries could cause failure that cannot be contained, with debris impacting on the air frame.

Not to mention the danger of a drone crashing through a cockpit window. So an increasing amount of drone traffic means an increasing potential risk of lethal accidents if they cannot be seen and are not regulated in a safe and efficient manner.

Drones are hard to spot in the air

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Mar 2, 2018

Belgocontrol gathers all information regarding drones on droneguide.be

Unifly is proud to announce that the first milestone has been achieved in the safe integration of drones into Belgian airspace. Belgocontrol and the Belgian Civil Aviation Authority of FPS Mobility and Transport (BCAA) have launched droneguide.be. That digital platform aims to help drone users by offering information on drone use as well as an interactive airspace map to both professional and recreational drone users in Belgium. By this summer droneguide will also feature a mobile application.

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