Fly Safer Skies with FlightSight

Safer and Faster Travel

 

The global airspace is becoming increasingly complex, posing new challenges to all pilots.  Unmanned Air Systems (UAS) have exploded in popularity over the last five years, creating a crowded and unpredictable airspace that will only become more complicated and saturated. 

 

UAS activity has already caused major delays at airports globally, emphasizing the need for See and Avoid technologies to make commercial aviation safer and more efficient for all aircraft involved.

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Autonomous Shipping

Companies like UPS, FedEx, DHL, Amazon, and others continuously look to deliver goods to customers more efficiently.  FlightSight affords these companies the opportunity to integrate autonomous aircraft into their fleets, allowing consumers to get their purchases sooner and for a lower cost.   

Urban Air Mobility

Traffic is the bane of modern society, and new transportation solutions are required to support growing urban environments.  

See and Avoid technologies like FlightSight will be vital to the success of NASA's Urban Air Mobility project.  The project is designed to push the boundaries of urban air travel, and FlightSight will serve to augment safety in incredibly complex airspaces.

The Uber Elevate program, and Airbus' collaboration with Audi on a self flying taxi indicate that the private sector also foresees a future including autonomous urban air travel.  The transition from human to machine autonomy requires effective See and Avoid technologies, like FlightSight, to ensure urban travel that is safer and faster than current methods.

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