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Sugu Drones choose Altitude Angel’s UTM service for Canada

Sugu Drones, a Canadian flight operator and training institute, has announced this week, it will use Altitude Angel’s UTM services for accurate, real-time and relevant geospatial & flight awareness data for its custom-built flight planning and logging platform, reports dronedj.com. Altitude Angel will also provide Sugu’s pilots with live interactive airspace alerts for safer flying.

Altitude Angel will soon equip the company with its GuardianUTM airspace management platform for improved safety and monitoring of drone operations. This will be done employing the GuardianUTM API to directly integrate with Sugu’s platform.

In the future, Sugu Drones hopes to use the Strategic CRS (conflict resolution service) from Altitude Angel in its own platform to ensure any potential mid-air conflicts are re-routed and avoided.

Soreign Jackson, VP Business Development at Sugu commented, “We looked at several providers, but it was clear Altitude Angel are the best-in-class at delivering proven, real-time data and UTM services.”

He continued, “As we grow the platform in several of our business verticals, we strongly believe in the strength and reliability of our supplier’s solutions and vision. Other plans are to expand and incorporate real-time air traffic integration, allowing our operations to use a world-leading UTM system.”

The news comes a few weeks after Altitude Angel announced a partnership with Inmarsat that allows its unmanned traffic management (UTM) platform, Pop-Up UTM, to essentially materialise when and where required, removing the need for building ground-based infrastructure. Last week, Altitude Angel welcomed its first partner to the program, Spark Mobility.

The system will specifically be deployed where a Beyond Visual Line of Sight (BVLOS) drone flight is taking place and removes the need for infrastructure on the ground to be constructed. Pop-Up UTM also utilizes Inmarsat’s global network of satellites, meaning the system can be deployed around the world.

Meanwhile, GuardianUTM allows software developers and drone manufacturers to access tools and data that are accurate, up-to-date, and relevant to better understand active and past drone missions. The platform helps drone pilots follow local flight rules and avoids mid-air collisions with a dynamic alert system. GuardianUTM also includes data from local air authorities such as altitude restrictions, No Fly Zones, and NOTAMs to ensure the operation is as safe as possible.

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