AirMatrix Announces It’s On Track To Map 100 Cities Around The World Over The Next Year
Toronto, Ontario–(Newsfile Corp. – Sept. 28, 2022) – AirMatrix, the Canadian drone traffic management software company, has revealed that it will expand its dataset to include one hundred cities in 2023. These will span continents, and will ultimately improve the platform’s ability to authorize drone flight paths. This in turn will allow cities to allow autonomous commercial drone traffic.
As urban airspaces become denser due to the increasing number of drones in circulation, AirMatrix provides software that helps cities organize their drone flight paths and minimize disruption. The company achieves this by producing millimeter-accurate maps of a range of regions and cities, which the platform then uses to provide 3D route optimization for all drones. In order to make this as efficient as possible, AirMatrix emphasizes that its software is hardware independent, and therefore compatible with all kinds of drones.
Having already mapped a number of Canadian cities on AirMatrix’s Libra platform, the company is emphasizing its plans to expand its mapping reach to include a variety of areas in the United States and around the world. .
As part of the announcement, the AirMatrix team highlights that they are on track to have successfully mapped around 100 cities by the second quarter of 2023. These will include mapped locations in Florida, California and Texas, as well as more remote locations in countries like Italy. , Rwanda and Saudi Arabia.
Senior AirMatrix officials point out that in today’s drone space, without this precision mapping, the risk of crashes and safety concerns remain high. AirMatrix’s Libra platform essentially allows municipalities to manage their airspace the same way traffic managers work to avoid traffic jams and accidents on the road.
“After the success we’ve had with implementing our software in a number of cities across Canada, we’re excited to expand our coverage to include parts of the United States and cities around the world.” AirMatrix gives more control to local governments, which will ultimately help reduce the problems that regularly result from unmanaged drone traffic,” concludes Bashir Khan, CEO of AirMatrix.
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