GE Aviation
Ai Rxos Uas Drone 1540

GE Expands Business Network for Drone Technology

Jan. 28, 2020
The AiRXOS project expanded added 11 UAS technology, service, and business partners, to help scale and accelerate unmanned traffic management"

GE Aviation's AiRXOS project expanded its air-mobility platform with 11 more unmanned aircraft system (UAS) technology, service, and business partners: the goal is "to help scale and accelerate" "unmanned traffic management" (UTM) adoption.

The GE venture also plans to open two Innovation Centers, at the headquarters in Boston and at GE Aviation offices in Pinellas Park, FL.

AiRXOS was chartered in 2018 to promote and standardize digital drone technology for deliveries, inspections, and transportation. The business is "digitizing today’s airspace," according to its profile statement, "infusing next-generation air-traffic management technology and services with world-class aviation expertise and execution, … through global, commercial unmanned aircraft (UA) solutions."

In addition to current partner Measure, the new partners include Adams and Reese LLP, AeroVironment, Inc., AIRT Inc., Avitas Systems, DeTect Inc., Fortem Technologies, Kongsberg Geospatial, NUAIR and The New York UAS Test Site, SRC Inc., SPH Engineering, and Syniverse.

This expanded network will contribute "integrated best-in-class technology and 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."

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