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B. Moingeon, L. Chisholm and E. Lefranc | Dec 7, 2017
Drones are being used:
Yes, trials have already begun and by 2025 the first use cases for urban aerial mobility will be operational.
Yes, but cars and trucks are much noisier than drones.
Drones using AirMatrix fly in airspace that does not conflict with traditional airspace. Our lanes are below 400ft, and have live updates to ensure routes maintain separation standards in excess of what is mandated. Safety is always the priority.
By 2024 there are projected to be 10 Million drone flights a day, of those a considerable amount will be visible in city skies.
The world is waking up. From the UN level (ICAO) to national regimes such as NASA, FAA, Transport Canada, CASA, and other civil aviation authorities around the world, have begun to form regulatory working groups relating to drones, AirMatrix is involved with a multitude of these groups and organizations on policy advancement.
Cities are plagued by 2D logistics, adding another 3rd dimensional component for transporting goods alleviates our roads for citizens.
No, recreational pilots will still be able to fly over cities, as will recreational drone pilots depending on local government policies. AirMatrix is focused on delivering service for enterprise use cases in city skies in a way that is amiable to stakeholders.
Yes as mandated by government authorities.
In order to have centimetre level precision at the robotic level in urban environments, millimeter level georeferenced data has to be collected and serve as the base infrastructure on which flight paths take place. Current GPS Inaccuracy in urban environments renders many operations unsafe, up to 6 metres, that’s the difference between a drone smashing into a tree or flying into the side of abuilding. AirMatrix fixes this error to the point where multiple drones can operate autonomously, simultaneously, in shared urban airspace.
Google Maps data can be errored up to 6 metres. Ours is 50x more precise.
We have data feeds integrated into AirMatrix from ground based radar, Automatic Dependant Surveillance -Broadcast, as well as remote image recognition embedded within the platform for real time detect and avoid capabilities, ensuring drones don’t crash.
We base our build on the most precise data across multiple proprietary datasets to provide the most optimal, accurate, and dynamic capability in urban environments. This includes and allows for autonomous separation standards, speed limits, real time weather changes, medical skyways, emergency road closures, etc.
The AirMatrix system is autonomous and its UI interface is easy to use. In addition, we provide extensive documentation and training for all our customers to ensure that they can operate safely and efficiently with minimal increase in staffing required.
Yes. We sit on multiple regulatory working groups, with NASA, Transport Canada, and NAV Canada to name a few. We liaise all of our initiatives directly with regulatory authorities to ensure compliance.
It depends on the Geography and jurisdiction. AirMatrix provides a turnkey solution and will assist our customers in getting all the required regulatory approvals.
Build the infrastructure with AirMatrix, our world renowned implementation partners will work with you to ensure effective and efficient ongoing management.
Easier than installing and operating city traffic lights on an ongoing basis.
Designated landing zones and an accompanying power source is all that’s necessary at minimum.
The costs will depend on the length of skyways the customers want to build.
You need the roads before you can manage any traffic. This will ensure that you are proactive in onboarding any drone usage in your city and can readily and easily ramp up.
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The drones are coming. With AirMatrix, we can see clear skies ahead.