Identification and tracking of UAV to safe and secure operational areas/zones

Name of the provider (company name or main contact name), or FIRE IN ID ? uspace.aero

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Scope, rationale, context: general description. Precise here if this technology is currently use (eg. company name or contact info) During operations in the operational area, no foreign drones should fly nearby, which is why there is a need to detect drones (controlled by journalists, media, onlookers) that may disturb or impede the conduct of operational activities in zones of contamination, forest fires, collisions, landslides.

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Short description of the solution. Technical details if relevant. Keywords.

We provide Unmanned Traffic Management (UTM) support designated to safely manage future congested U-space traffic. Our pioneering research on WiFi and narrowband networks are promising and leads to develop UAV e-identification, localization and detect, sense & avoid technologies which are introduced as SESAR U-space key functions. It allows to detect drones that may violate the operational area, contamination zones - i.e. UAV operate by media, reporters, journalists.

Moreover solution may help to manage a local Unmanned Traffic Management form different uniformed services - fire fighters, police, medics.

Keywords: UAV, Unmanned Traffic Management, drones, identification, hazards,

TRL of the proposed solution - Innovation stage (if applicable) 5-6: Technology Developement & Demonstration

Web addresses/URL of flyers and information http://www.uspace.aero

Expected/scheduled future developments

We are technical company focused on unmanned air traffic management. We lead R&D activity into UTM solutions. Our activity focuses on UAV identification, localization and detect, sense & avoid issues and as an integration need we implement aeronautical data sharing and processing for unmanned traffic management purposes.

Our team's engineers have solid aeronautical, electronic and IT experience with over 20 years of unmanned aerial systems development.

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Adress: uspace.aero, Warneńska street 3/87, 02-759 Warszawa, POLAND, phone: +48 508 115 595, e-mail: office@uspace.aero,