Singapore trial demonstrates UTM services in a maritime environment

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A consortium led by Australian company Nova Systems announced on Friday (March 12) that it had successfully completed trials for a system that can manage air traffic for unmanned aircraft systems, or aerial drones, according to a report in The Straits Times.

The trial follows the call for proposals issued by the Ministry of Transport (MOT) and the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) in 2017 to develop systems that allow for aerial drones to be used safely in Singapore’s densely populated urban environment. The Nova consortium was awarded the project in 2018.

(Source: https://www.unmannedairspace.info/latest-news-and-information/singapore-trial-demonstrates-unmanned-traffic-management-services-in-a-maritime-environment/)

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