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Dronecloud selects Altitude Angel as strategic data partner

Posted 24 May 2019 · Add Comment

Reading-based Altitude Angel has today announced it is to become the geodata supplier to drone operations management platform Dronecloud.



Altitude Angel’s GuardianUTM airspace management platform will be used to power Dronecloud with accurate, real-time and relevant geospatial data for European and USA territories. Altitude Angel replaces AirMap, which was used during the beta test phase and will further supply Dronecloud as it rolls out the platform globally.

Dronecloud is a brand-new cloud solution launching in June 2019. The platform represents a world first by unifying industry-leading compliance workflows with real business tools required to run and grow a successful drone operation in one platform.

Toby Potter, Altitude Angel, VP Sales and Partnerships, said: “We are excited Dronecloud has chosen to integrate our GuardianUTM API into its innovative platform ahead of its rollout across Europe, the United States and beyond.

“Guardian UTM makes it easy for innovators, like Dronecloud, to incorporate real-time, high-quality and accurate data into their applications. This allows our customers to focus on what’s important to them, delivering high-quality applications to drone operators.”

Dave Bush, Dronecloud, Director, added: “Partnering with Altitude Angel is a natural step for us. The team at Altitude Angel shares the same entrepreneurial values backed up with a track record of real innovation and an ambitious vision for the future of the industry. We want our customers to be as well informed as possible and by integrating Altitude Angel data into our compliance workflow we know they will be getting the best possible data in the air and on the ground.

"The future is also looking bright with the expansion of GuardianUTM which provides real-time air traffic integration allowing our customers to engage with a world-leading UTM system.”

Altitude Angel is committed to refining its core services to enable its customers to do more, safely, with drones.

 

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