UTM as an Enabler for Collaborative Operating Environments
DRONE ENABLE Webinar Series • 1h 32m
A collaborative operating environment could be seen as a volume of airspace with intermixed operations between small unmanned aircraft (UA), complex BVLOS UA, at scale, other new entrants under the Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) umbrella as well as existing manned aircraft in the lower airspace. The webinar will focus on the potential enabling aspects of advanced UTM capabilities and how these could support a collaborative operating environment. The speakers will provide detailed examples of the UTM capabilities that could support the variety of operations conducted by existing users and new entrants, operating in shared airspace.
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