Avision Robotics Partners with NASA and Nevada for Unmanned Traffic Management

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Avision Inc. signs definitive agreement with State of Nevada to support Unmanned Traffic Management capstone operation. AirVision for Drones - mobile application is generally available for download on the App Store.

Today, Avision Robotics announces a general availability of the Flight Platform for Drones. Avision Inc. is a premier provider of airspace technology for UTM (unmanned traffic management) and fleet automation. The company offers commercial and government customers around the world a lightweight SaaS solution for integrating, managing, and simplifying drone operations. Platform provides regulations compliance, flight planning, and fleet management capabilities. The system offers visibility into weather and air traffic as well as Flight Intelligence™ for automated routing and constraint validation. Mobile application, AirVision for Drones, supports operators in the field and is compatible with all DJI models. AirVision is now available for download on the App Store.

In cooperation with government partners and commercial customers, the company also announces a definitive agreement with the state of Nevada to support UTM USS (UAS Service Supplier) testing and pilot program. Developed in partnership with NASA, Avision UTM will power flight-testing in downtown Reno, Nevada this spring. The system will eventually be operationalized across the US. “The goal is to natively integrate requests for airspace usage and offer advanced capabilities like BVLOS (beyond visual line of sight) for urban air mobility,” said CTO Dmitry Yavorsky. “Our team worked closely with NASA and FAA in a tremendous effort to bring the technology to the marketplace. We are excited to offer UTM USS capabilities to the state of Nevada,” says CEO Stas Mozolyuk.

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