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UTM: Forging The Future In Singapore, Australia & Beyond Part I

Updated: Apr 27

Dr. Terrence Martin provides an exclusive interview on the ground-breaking work he has been doing on unmanned aircraft system traffic management (UTM) in Singapore, Australia and globally. We discuss some of the top challenges in UTM including detect and avoid tech, surveillance, remote identification, cyber-security, noise, public acceptance, and more.

Topics: Dr. Terrence Martin; unmanned aircraft system traffic management; UTM; Singapore, Australia; detect and avoid; surveillance; remote identification; cyber security; noise; public acceptance; command and control

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