Fortem Technologies and Unifly Collaborate to Keep Airspace Safe and Secure in a Drone-Enabled World
This world is rapidly evolving to the point of keeping up with the regulations is a must, to insure & protect everyone from certain developments that could be potentially dangerous in the future.
“Recent security breaches have caused the demand for digitized airspace above a venue or across a city to skyrocket, particularly for solutions that can detect drones with no RF emissions,” said Fortem Technologies CEO Timothy Bean. “Fortem SkyDome supports drone service providers like Unifly to pave the way for safe and secure drone operations in an urban environment.”https://www.unifly.aero/news/fortem-technologies-and-unifly-collaborate-to-keep-airspace-safe-and-secure-in-a-drone-enabled-world
Recently stated that Unifly BLIP (Broadcast Location and Identity Platform), e-Identification sensor that detects position, altitude, temperature, pressure, speed and direction, when placed directly on a drone. This information could be accessed in real time by relevant authorities like police officers, or Government authorities. only by secure applications.
Fortem SkyDome is an AI data platform that uses distributed Fortem TrueView radar to digitize the airspace above and around infrastructure, venues, events and cities, for approved drones to fly safely and unapproved drones to be identified quickly. The new joint solution will combine and leverage the capabilities offered by these solutions.https://www.unifly.aero/news/fortem-technologies-and-unifly-collaborate-to-keep-airspace-safe-and-secure-in-a-drone-enabled-world
Fortem and Unifly were both chosen to participate in the UAS Integration Pilot Program, which sets out to accelerate the safe integration of UAS into the airspace. Fortem is also running tests with various Departments of Transportation (DOT) at the state level, and SkyDome is being tested by the Utah Department of Transportation at Salt Lake City Airport, as well as with additional domestic and international airports. Unifly and Fortem have also both partnered with the State of Nevada UAS Test Site for the FAA UTM Pilot Program, a joint initiative from the FAA and NASA that seeks to manage the airspace for the safe deployment of drones in the US National Airspace System (NAS).https://www.unifly.aero/news/fortem-technologies-and-unifly-collaborate-to-keep-airspace-safe-and-secure-in-a-drone-enabled-world