In what appears to be a part of the GE Aviation coming out party for drones at AUVSI in Chicago this week, Boston based AiRXOS, part of GE Aviation, announced a series of autonomous solutions for commercial applications in the UTM space.
This is one of a series of offerings in the UTM space including offerings that we have written about including offerings from Airmap and Unifly.
“The world is undergoing a massive transformation in how we move,” says Ken Stewart, CEO, “From people, to cargo, to delivery, inspections, and public safety – urban air mobility and the new air mobility economy are changing transportation and society. Today’s announcement reflects AiRXOS digital strategy – enabling transportation transformation through commercial infrastructure, advanced operations solutions, and best-in-class technologies. The new Air MobilityTM portfolio infuses next generation air traffic management technology and services with world-class aviation expertise and execution. We welcome our technology and customer partners in developing this future-ready autonomous landscape.”
From their press release:
“The Air Mobility Ecosystem, a data-driven partner network of the industry’s leading technology and service innovators, brings together a cloud-based infrastructure, data intelligence, and the core applications and services integral for scaling and running a safe, robust Unmanned Traffic Management system (UTM), into one inter-dependent ecosystem from the core to the cloud. The Air Mobility Ecosystem is designed to simplify and ease development and implementation, provide an integrated, peer-to-peer infrastructure, centralize monitoring and security, enhance operational control, and support emerging technologies and workloads. AiRXOS is teaming with leading technology and services innovators to support best-in-class solutions to safely connect the complex and often fragmented air mobility landscape.”
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