DroneUp, LLC, a drone pilot service provider for aerial data collection, has been named an Unmanned Aircraft System Service Supplier (USS) to provide the Low Altitude Authorization and Notification Capability (LAANC) initiative for the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). DroneUp’s LAANC capability will be available in-app through Airspace Planner providing its client base the next level of efficiency for complete drone pilot management. As a UAS industry leader offering complete drone solutions to private and public organizations, DroneUp is commitment to providing safety to its drone pilot network and customers.
“We are proud to provide LAANC and our additional initiatives within Airspace Planner,” said Tom Walker, CEO of DroneUp, “Our acceptance as a USS by the FAA provides proven ability to generate efficient and safe flight planning in a real-time experience.”
Compared to the manual waiver process, which can take up to 90 days to process airspace authorizations via LAANC, Part 107 users will now be able to easily create an auto-approved only plan in-app.
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