AirMap and senseFly Partner for Drone Safety

Kelly Marshall

AirMap, the world’s leading airspace management platform for drones, and senseFly, the world’s first choice producer of mapping drones, will be working together to bring AirMap’s airspace services to senseFly’s eBee fixed wing drones and albris quadcopter, offering critical information and tools for safe missions.

AirMap’s industry-leading situational awareness data include airspace rules and advisories, locations of critical infrastructure and real-time alerts about nearby manned air traffic flying in the surrounding airspace. senseFly drones will also begin leveraging AirMap’s flight planning tools and solutions for Unmanned Traffic Management, including technology that will allow senseFly drones to submit digital flight notices to more than 125 airports.

“senseFly is pushing the boundaries of drone innovation, demonstrating the tremendous potential of intelligent drones to help us do business and benefit our everyday lives,” said AirMap CEO Ben Marcus, who also serves as the industry co-chair for the FAA/industry Unmanned Aircraft Safety Team. “We’re excited to partner with senseFly to realize safe, efficient commercial drone operations.”

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