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Airspace Link announces global partnership with Volatus Aerospace

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Dana Ermolenko
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Airspace Link and Volatus Aerospace announced a newly formed global partnership. In this partnership, the two companies will collaborate on advanced uncrewed operations, bringing together Airspace Link's advanced planning, integration, and data capabilities with Volatus technological and operational excellence. This partnership will enable the two companies to collaborate on advanced operations that propel the industry forward, while ensuring and showcasing the safe integration of remotely piloted aircraft systems.

Michael Healander, Co-Founder & CEO of Airspace Link, commented: "Airspace Link's AirHub platform connects with key stakeholders that need to participate in the implementation of these valuable services so that there is safe integration and community acceptance from local authorities. We work to manage, inform, and obtain authorizations, if required, from the regulatory agencies as well as communicate with drone operators and the community through digital data transfer, all in one shared platform. We are excited about partnering with Volatus to integrate our application services and data to inform the safe planning and execution of these challenging missions." 

Michael Hill, Regional Director at Volatus Aerospace, said: "Partnering with Airspace Link is a critical component in supporting our strategic global business efforts. We look forward to advancing drone operations through these focused efforts with Airspace Link."

The group will be teaming on a multitude of projects which will include continued work on cross-border operations between Ontario, Canada and Detroit, Michigan. The United States and Canada enjoy the world's most lucrative and enduring trade relationship. Over the past few years, supply chain systems have experienced a growing hardship with transportation of goods through air, ground, and maritime transport. The partnership between Airspace Link and Volatus will explore remotely piloted aircraft systems and applications for secured cargo package delivery between Windsor, Canada and Detroit, Michigan. The pair feels that RPAS will propose new mobility solutions to help solve some of the supply chain challenges as well as provide new solutions in times of need and Volatus, as a bonded carrier, can advance those operations even further.

Extending west, the team will explore development of oil and gas operations, as well as utility and rail inspections in North Dakota using the Vantis Network. Additional public safety and cargo operations are also underway to support local community development in Texas and other states.On a global scale, the partnership will spread operational investments into Europe and the Middle East with their first project focused on airspace modernization for Dubai. Other target areas for advancement will include intra-island operations for cargo delivery around the Caribbean Islands along with opportunities in South America.

Volatus' team of experts have paved the way for advancing the use of uncrewed aircraft for BVLOS operations in Canada. Already conducting high volumes of oil and gas pipeline and utility inspections globally and leveraging opportunities in new applications such as methane detection and middle mile cargo operations, Volatus offers a variety of different aircraft platforms and capabilities, each one outfitted for the specific mission at hand. Airspace Link's AirHub  solution assists with controlled airspace operations requiring Low Altitude Authorization and Notification Capability approval from the FAA in the United States. The AirHub solution offers approval for further justification digitally with the FAA.


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