By Chris Stonor
Altitude Angel, the Unified Traffic Management (UTM) technology provider, announced this week it is collaborating with Japan-based JALUX Group as part of its Global Partnership Programme (GPP), reports a press release.
JALUX operates through four business segments: Aviation and Airport Unit, Life Service Unit, Retail Unit, and the Food & Beverage Unit and alongside an extensive presence across Japan and the Asia Pacific region, the company is to promote the advancement and deployment of Altitude Angel’s UTM platform to organisations and businesses that are responsible for airspace management, including airports, landowners, and seaports.
Richard Ellis, Altitude Angel, CBO, commented, “JALUX are uniquely placed to establish Altitude Angel’s GuardianUTM technology across Japan and the Asia Pacific region. As a respected business with a strong focus on the Japanese and Asia Pacific territories, they are ideally placed to partner Altitude Angel in this market.”
The GPP brings together Altitude Angel’s UTM technology with Bodies who have regional and local relationships with regulators, organisations, and enterprises, “coupled with a strong understanding of domestic markets across a wide spectrum of industries.”
Once in place, the partnerships work with interested parties on the introduction of Altitude Angel’s GuardianUTM platform to enable drones to undertake BVLOS flights to deliver life-saving medicines, conduct surveys of critical infrastructure and undertake more complex missions in both integrated and unsegregated airspace.
Any organisation wishing to find out more about joining the Global Partnerships Programme can do so by emailing:-email@example.com
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