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Droniq announces project to integrate radar-based sensor technologies into UAM ecosystems

Droniq has announced on social media the “Air Mobility Initiative – Positioning & Guidance Systems (AMI-PGS) research project”.  According to the company website the goal of the project is to “explore the benefits of GNSS-independent, local radar-based sensor technology for applications beyond precise positioning to enhance the safety and efficiency of UAM elements (eVTOL, airspace, and ground infrastructure).

“The project focuses on the requirements of eVTOLs (electrically powered vertical take-off and landing aircraft). In this context, it specifically investigates novel take-off and landing procedures, GNSS-independent positioning, and connections and information flow to an Unmanned Traffic Management (UTM) system”.

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