Polish Air Navigation Services Agency (PANSA) presented its system for drone traffic management to Civil Aviation Authorities and Air Navigation Services Providers in the Baltic states – Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia. The presentation took place as a part of the recent Riga Aviation Forum, and together with national representatives gathered officials from international organisations like Eurocontrol, IATA and ACI.
2019 Riga Aviation Forum UTM/ATM panel (source: PANSA)
PansaUTM is a digitalized and automated concept of UAV traffic management, which consists of PANSA operational solutions and a system part provided by the technological partner HAWK-E, integrated with the widely used the Droneradar application.
The PansaUTM system was launched during the 2019 World ATM Congress in Madrid and the 2019 JARUS Plenary Session in Katowice. It is being implemented at the PANSA headquarters, 15 civil towers, five FIS sectors and 17 military towers in Poland.
Mateusz Kotlinski, Manager of UTM Project at
PANSA's Innovations Department in Riga, Latvia (source: PANSA)
Riga Aviation Forum is a top aviation event for the Baltic states where more than 200 participants from all over Europe provide the latest analysis of airline, airport and air navigation developments, and discuss new technologies that will affect strategic decisions of the aviation business in the coming years.