The uAvionix Corporation was founded with the mission of advancing aviation safety through a connected airspace. Their solutions are accelerating the integration of both crewed and uncrewed aircraft systems (UAS) into the U.S. National Airspace System and paving the way for safe complex operations. For UAS, the company enables complex operations by providing a wide range of advanced equipment for airborne and ground command, navigation, and surveillance systems. When combined with aviation data and software services for managing command and control (C2) communications and detect and avoid (DAA) efforts, the low size, weight and power (SWaP) equipment creates a powerful ecosystem ready-made for scalable Beyond Visual Line of Sight (BVLOS) operations. The company built a solid reputation in the general aviation community with its innovative ADS-B products and cockpit displays, as well as for its low SWaP transponders for the defense sector. It has leveraged that experience and aviation know-how to roll out an entire ecosystem of products and services to support complex commercial UAS operations alongside crewed aircraft.
In this interview with Brit Wanick, uAvoinix’s Vice President of Marketing, he discusses uAvionix’s various commercial innovations, including the newly released truSky™ ADS-B spoofing detection, SkyLine UAS Beyond Visual Line of Sight (BVLOS) services, the uAvionix suite of radios, TSO certified GPS systems and the pingRID Remote ID Broadcast Module. Read on to learn how uAvoinix helps to provide commercial drone businesses with the confidence and required safety margin to confidently perform advanced UAS operations.
Topics: avoinics, uAvoinix, remote ID, remote identification, beyond visual line of sight, command and control, transponders