AiRXOS is poised to be a major player in 2020, and the announcement of 11 new partners is the just the beginning.
The provider of unmanned traffic management (UTM) systems has expanded their Air Mobility Platform Ecosystem, adding 11 partners with leadership in aspects of drone technology from law firms to counter drone technologies, and everything in between.
These partners, combined with the AiRXOS technology platform, represent a full solution for enterprise and government clients who are planning or expanding advanced drone operations – and could give AiRXOS a big lead in the evolving race between UTM companies.
The following is an excerpt from an AiRXOS press release.
AiRXOS Supercharges Ecosystem Partners to Accelerate Advanced Unmanned Operations – Empowering Customers with End-to-End Unmanned Aircraft System Solution
The AiRXOS Air MobilityTM Platform adds 11 new partners – industry-leading unmanned solutions, applications, service and business providers to increase advanced operations scalability and sustainability
Today, AiRXOS, a leading provider of Unmanned Traffic Management (UTM) solutions, announced the expansion of their Air Mobility Platform Ecosystem with the addition of 11 Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) technology, service, and business partners to help scale and accelerate the adoption of compliant, safe, and extensible UTM solutions for agencies and enterprise organizations. Joining current partner, Measure, new partners include: Adams and Reese LLP, AeroVironment, Inc., AIRT, Inc., Avitas Systems, a Baker Hughes venture, DeTect Inc., Fortem Technologies, Kongsberg Geospatial, NUAIR and The New York UAS Test Site, SRC, Inc., SPH Engineering, and Syniverse.
Rapidly-evolving advanced UAS operations demand the right partner ecosystem and expertise to meet the need for true integration of manned and unmanned airspace. The expanded Air Mobility Platform Ecosystem provides integrated best-in-class technology & functionality, built-in regulatory compliance, and a fully integrated view of airspace for real-time airspace insights – for greater scalability and repeatability of advanced UAS operations.
To showcase these UTM solutions, AiRXOS is launching two new Innovation Centers at the company’s headquarters in Boston, MA, and at the GE Aviation offices in Pinellas Park, FL. Both sites will showcase real-world Advanced UAS Operations in a Command Center setting.
“We strongly believe in the power of strategic partnerships to drive the innovation, deliver scale and the economics necessary to support the exponential growth of Advanced UAS Operations,” said Kenneth Stewart, CEO of AiRXOS. “In integrating our Ecosystem partners into the Air Mobility Platform, we deliver a safe, trusted, seamless global network of leading edge UAS solutions to our customers – an easy way to consume innovation and multiple applications and technologies in one seamless solution. Every industry leading partner we bring into the Air Mobility Platform Ecosystem brings another layer of value, expertise, and function to our customers and we are pleased to be able to showcase these real-world capabilities in our new Innovation Centers.”
AiRXOS, part of GE Aviation, is making a new way of moving possible. From people, to package and medical delivery, inspections, and public safety – we’re taking on the global challenge of the digital drone economy and changing the future of transportation. AiRXOS is digitizing today’s airspace, infusing next generation air traffic management technology and services with world-class aviation expertise and execution, AiRXOS is shaping a new era of transportation through global, commercial Unmanned Aircraft (UA) solutions. For more information about AiRXOS, visit airxos.io, Linked
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