July 01, 2020
A cohort of law enforcement, fire, rescue, medical personnel, drone hobbyists and members of the general public are using an app powered by network-based remote ID technology to monitor delivery drones in Southwest Virginia.
May 29, 2020
The sky is a shared resource that -- when organized safely, responsibly and fairly -- can benefit everyone in profound ways. That’s not just a core principle of our company, but it’s a foundational belief on which the entire aviation industry has flourished since the very beginning.
March 03, 2020
Wing is committed to the safe, open, and secure use of airspace. Wing supports the remote identification of drones (Remote ID). Remote ID is an important capability that will help to promote responsible flying and improve security. However, the proposed rule poses some challenges. Wing recommends the following amendments to better support the diverse UAS ecosystem, protect privacy, and enable hobbyists to continue sharing the skies. Together, these changes will help to maximize opportunities for compliance, improving safety and security outcomes for all airspace users.
October 30, 2019
On September 12, participants simulated three common scenarios in controlled airspace around San Francisco International Airport. Participants included eight UAS Service Suppliers (USS), Wing, AirMap, AiRXOS, ANRA, Kittyhawk, Skyward, Uber, UASidekick, all of whom had implemented capabilities in accordance with the draft ASTM standard. CNN and Flite Test also participated as operators, representing media and hobbyist operations.
September 18, 2019
Over the past week, Wing participated in two major demonstrations that confirmed the immediate viability and effectiveness of network based remote identification ("remote ID") for drones.
July 02, 2019
Helping to enable safe and secure drone operations
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