Altitude Angel represents the UK world of drones

by DRONELIFE Staff Writer Ian M. Crosby

The UK government has selected Altitude Angel to represent the nation at the upcoming World of Drones & Robotics Congress.

The World of Drones & Robotics Congress, formerly The World Drone Congress, is taking place for the fifth year and is expanding the event area to include robotics for the first time. The congress will take place in Brisbane, Australia, from August 18-19, 2021. The World of Drones & Robotics Congress (WoDaRC) is the largest congress for drone and robotics applications in the Asia-Pacific region and brings together business representatives, pilots, manufacturers, developers and scientists from home and abroad for drones, robotics and autonomous systems. . The participants have the opportunity to network, work together and shape things together.

As one of ten companies selected to represent the UK, Altitude Angel will have a reserved position in the Department for International Trade’s virtual pavilion. Congress attendees, both virtual and physical, will have the opportunity to speak to the Altitude Angel team. Here you can find out about the company’s award-winning technology and its use on site, as well as its work and partnerships with corporate customers, development platforms and air navigation service providers (ANSPs).

CEO and Founder Richard Parker said, “Altitude Angel is honored to represent the UK at the World of Drones & Robotics Congress. The congress will provide us with an excellent platform on which to present our market-leading platform to key stakeholders in the Asia-Pacific region, an area that traditionally started early with the testing, introduction and delivery of cutting-edge technology. “

The company’s award-winning Guardian UTM enables manufacturers to create safer, more compliant drones that can be easily integrated into the airspace in over 80 countries. Their software supports some of the world’s leading ANSPs, aviation authorities and companies, including LVNL (Netherlands) and Avinor (Norway), providing them with new skills to safely manage drone traffic.

The Altitude Angel developer platform can be accessed at https://developers.altitudeangel.com.

Ian attended the Dominican University of California, where he received a BA in English in 2019. With a lifelong passion for writing and storytelling and a keen interest in technology, he is now a contributor to DroneLife.

Miriam McNabb is the Editor-in-Chief of DRONELIFE and CEO of JobForDrones, a professional marketplace for drone services, and a passionate observer of the emerging drone industry and regulatory environment for drones. Author of over 3,000 articles focusing on the commercial drone space, Miriam is an international speaker and recognized figure in the industry. Miriam graduated from the University of Chicago and has over 20 years experience in high-tech sales and marketing for emerging technologies.
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