It began breaking down one of the biggest barriers to market expansion years ago in the United States by NASA14, unmanned aerial vehicle systems traffic management project, which basically builds on the increase the level of autonomy of assets. Their goal is to develop a solution that a through the coordination of the activities of commercial drones conditions for the safe use of airspace for low altitude flights without to disrupt the operation of the National Airspace System (NAS16). UTM will be able to support operations at both strategic and tactical levels, providing the ability to effectively design airspace due to geographical and topographical features and the possibility of avoiding ‘sensitive’ areas (eg noise protection or critical infrastructure elements).
During operations, the system provides the monitoring of drones, meteorological factors and, in particular, wind forecasting, and on this factors in dynamic route planning and selection. You will also be able to to address congestion in the air and through airspace restrictions and obstacles to manage the avoidance of affected areas. Conditions for safe aviation. In addition, it will have capacity balancing capacity to in the vicinity of landing sites and busy aviation hubs, and of course, it allows the separation of UAVs in space and time in space to prevent collisions and, if necessary, provide a forced landing selection. The UTM requires drones to communicate, navigate, a sensor system and the minimum technical and flight parameters requirements for operation in such airspace. Experimental operation of the system will begin in 2019-2020 and the results of the tests will have a significant impact on the global market trends.
The construction of a 50-mile test air corridor has been announced in New York State on September 27, 2017, for which $ 30 million was allocated to Central New Under the York Revitalization Program. One of its main goals is to attract UAS to the region industries, universities, research institutes interested in the development of systems representatives to establish a regional development center in collaboration with the FAA and NASA. This large-scale enterprise is the Northeast UAS Airspace Integration It is initiated by and under the auspices of the European Research Association (NUAIR17) with central government support, the UAS Safe Aviation Environment (U-SAFE18). The system of technical conditions and procedures required for this will be implemented in the framework of the aforementioned UTM.
Another important and. A closely related initiative is the NASA National UAS Standard Testing and Qualification (NU-STAR19) program, under which market participants, civil development companies can perform tests on their products and then certify based on their results obtain information on the adequacy of their properties. These initiatives are global are also pioneering and exemplary in a series of endeavors that are different commercial, public, or private unmanned aerial vehicle systems are practical safe use of drones in an integrated airspace regulatory, technical and operational conditions. At this hitherto trampled on a narrow path embarking on other states you may also have the opportunity to launch similar programs in the near future, putting it down possibly the cornerstones of the process of becoming a regional center. Of course for this first of all, the legislative and bureaucratic necessary to start the development should be broken down constraints alike, for which, however, strategic thinking is a national consensus would need to be developed.