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FlightHorizon Selected to Provide Airspace Management and Detect-and-Avoid for Osage Nation’s Skyway36 Droneport

FlightHorizon Selected to Provide Airspace Management and Detect-and-Avoid for Osage Nation’s Skyway36 Droneport

Skyway36 is the Osage Nation’s aerospace innovation zone, providing dedicated facilities for UAS flights. It is designed to support advanced air mobility and drone missions including survey drones, first responder drones, autonomous delivery aircraft and other missions. The facility includes a state-of-the-art UAS indoor test facility operated by Windshape, hangar and office space under development, a 3,000-foot runway suitable for larger, fixed-wing drones, and a certified helipad for both conventional helicopters and for new electric vertical takeoff and landing vehicles (eVTOLs).

FlightHorizon enables BVLOS flight for uncrewed aircraft to scale safe operations

FlightHorizon enables BVLOS flight for uncrewed aircraft to scale safe operations

Vigilant Aerospace’s FlightHorizon airspace management and uncrewed traffic management (UTM) system has been selected as the airspace management system for the Skyway36 droneport in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Skyway36 is a leading droneport in the United States and serves as an “airport for drones” and for larger Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) aircraft, like air taxis.

FlightHorizon to provide airspace management for Osage Nation’s Skyway36 droneport

FlightHorizon to provide airspace management for Osage Nation’s Skyway36 droneport

Vigilant Aerospaces’ FlightHorizon airspace management and uncrewed traffic management (UTM) system has been selected as the airspace management system for the Skyway36 droneport in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Skyway36 is a leading droneport in the United States and serves as an “airport for drones” and for larger Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) aircraft, like air taxis.

FlightHorizon to Provide Airspace Management and Detect-and-Avoid for Osage Nation’s Skyway36 Droneport

FlightHorizon to Provide Airspace Management and Detect-and-Avoid for Osage Nation’s Skyway36 Droneport

Vigilant Aerospace’s FlightHorizon airspace management and uncrewed traffic management (UTM) system has been selected as the airspace management system for the Skyway36 droneport in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Skyway36 is a leading droneport in the United States and serves as an “airport for drones” and for larger Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) aircraft, like air taxis.

Vigilant Aerospace Gets Oklahoma Aerospace Institute for Research and Education Grant to Develop Distributed Airspace Management System

Vigilant Aerospace Gets Oklahoma Aerospace Institute for Research and Education Grant to Develop Distributed Airspace Management System

Vigilant Aerospace Systems, a developer of multi-sensor airspace management and collision avoidance software for drones and advanced air mobility, has been awarded a $500,000 grant as part of a nearly $1 million project to work with the Oklahoma Aerospace Institute for Research and Education (OAIRE) at Oklahoma State University to develop a distributed version of its detect-and-avoid system.

Vigilant Aerospace awarded OCAST grant to develop Distributed Airspace Management System

Vigilant Aerospace awarded OCAST grant to develop Distributed Airspace Management System

Vigilant Aerospace Systems, the leading developer of multi-sensor airspace management and collision avoidance software for drones and advanced air mobility, has been awarded a $500,000 grant as part of a nearly $1 million project to work with the Oklahoma Aerospace Institute for Research and Education (OAIRE) at Oklahoma State University to develop a distributed version of its detect-and-avoid system.

Vigilant Aerospace Awarded OCAST Grant to Develop Distributed Airspace Management System

Vigilant Aerospace Awarded OCAST Grant to Develop Distributed Airspace Management System

Vigilant Aerospace Systems, the leading developer of multi-sensor airspace management and collision avoidance software for drones and advanced air mobility, has been awarded a $500,000 grant as part of a nearly $1 million project to work with the Oklahoma Aerospace Institute for Research and Education (OAIRE) at Oklahoma State University to develop a distributed version of its detect-and-avoid system.

Let’s Talk Detect-and-Avoid at XPONENTIAL 2021 Atlanta

Let’s Talk Detect-and-Avoid at XPONENTIAL 2021 Atlanta

Are you developing a beyond visual line-of-sight unmanned aircraft system or program? Vigilant Aerospace’s CEO led AUVSI’s XPONENTIAL 2021 panel discussion on new technologies for detect-and-avoid systems during the virtual event in May 2021, which is available to...

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