AiRXOS performs demonstrations of Air Mobility platform

Darren Wood
By Darren Wood May 22, 2019 09:29

AiRXOS performs demonstrations of Air Mobility platform

AiRXOS is performing Technical Capability Level (TCL) 4 program demonstrations in Reno, Nevada as part of National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Unmanned Aircraft Systems Traffic Management (UTM) TCL 4 program.

This is the final phase of its four-year series of increasingly complicated technical demonstrations involving small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS).

The State of Nevada UAS Test Site, under the leadership of the Nevada Institute for Autonomous Systems (NIAS), is conducting this NASA demonstration in downtown Reno, Nevada, marking the first time in U.S. aviation history Unmanned Aircraft (UA) flight operations are performed in an urban area under beyond visual line of sight conditions (BVLOS).

AiRXOS will be providing its Air Mobility platform, a rich, cutting-edge inter-connected framework that manages the volume, density, and variety of unmanned traffic data, while coordinating and integrating that data within a secure, FAA compliant, gated cloud environment for safe unmanned operations.

“How we transport goods and people will change with the new air mobility economy. To scale this growth, an Urban Air Mobility framework needs to sustain highly technical operations like organ delivery, people and package delivery, critical infrastructure inspection, drone detection, first responder support and interconnectivity,” said Ken Stewart, CEO, AiRXOS. “AiRXOS is proud to be a pillar in the work NIAS and NASA are performing with our Air Mobility Platform. The TCL4 initiative is integral to establishing the standards and operations that will provide safer and more secure airspace.”

The Air Mobility Platform provides a unique, agnostic, single point of responsibility to manage and connect heterogeneous sets of operations, applications, and devices – giving enterprises the freedom to manage operations and communications, deploy applications and expand operations as air and ground mobility needs evolve.

Darren Wood
By Darren Wood May 22, 2019 09:29