Strategic Partnership, Advancing the Industry and Helping a Nation
Dear <<First Name>>
We are excited to share good news about ANRA and provide an update to some of the initiatives we have been developing to advance the industry.
Strategic Partnership. ANRA Technologies and everis Aerospace, Defense, and Security (everis ADS) signed a memorandum of agreement establishing a long-term strategic partnership to provide a comprehensive Unmanned Aircraft System Traffic Management (UTM) / U-Space solutions for safe and efficient low altitude airspace operations. This agreement brings together the expertise and leadership of ANRA and its highly regarded software platform for UTM and the expertise of everis ADS, a company specialized in the development of differential solutions based on the integration of innovative technologies.
Remote ID. Earlier this year, an operational assessment of ANRA’s UTM technology for broadcast and network based Remote ID was successfully performed, showcasing what it means to move beyond testing. More recently, ANRA, along with other Industry Partners as well as regulators successfully demonstrated the versatility of ASTM standard WK65041 (Remote ID and Tracking). ANRA and its partners including Wing, Uber and others simulated three common scenarios on September 12th within controlled airspace for San Francisco International Airport. This was followed by a similar demonstration in Bern, Switzerland on September 16th in collaboration with the Swiss U-Space Implementation (SUSI) team, Swiss Federal Office of Civil Aviation (FOCA), and Skyguide, the Swiss Air Navigation Service Provider. These tests and demonstrations are all ultimately about exploring options and solutions available to address public and law enforcement security concerns and also enable the safe integration of manned and unmanned aircraft in the same airspace.
Nation-wide UTM. ANRA is now engaged with India’s Air Navigation Service Provider and Regulators on their nation-wide UTM deployment. The project has kicked off and ANRA is working alongside its teammates to field this first-of-its-kind capability in India over the next coming months. On October 1st, ANRA’s team will attend the Drone Innovators Network (DIN) in New Delhi and our CEO, Amit Ganjoo, is honored to be a speaker on the panel for “Supporting Infrastructure for Drones – UTM Systems.” If you happen to be attending the event, please contact us to schedule a time to discuss UTM or just drones in general over a coffee. The DIN is an initiative of the World Economic Forum’s, “Drones and Tomorrow’s Airspace” portfolio.
As always, please reach out to us with your questions, thoughts, comments, feedback, and one of our team members will be glad to engage with you.
Your ANRA Team