The first U-Spaces may appear in Europe from 2023. A corresponding project to prepare for this already exists. We are talking about the AMIUS research project, a component of the Air Mobility Initiative (AMI) founded by Airbus, to which Droniq also belongs.
The focus of AMIUS is on the construction and operation of a test U-Space in Bavaria. Droniq is playing a leading role in setting up and operating the U-Space. As in previous projects, it will also play the role of U-Space Service Provider (USSP). The USSP is responsible for coordinating unmanned air traffic in U-Space. The traffic management system for drones (UTM) marketed by Droniq and developed by its parent company, DFS Deutsche Flugsicherung, will be used for this purpose.
Other AMIUS partners include Airbus, f.u.n.k.e. Avionics, SkyFive, BrigkAir, DFS, Telekom and universities in Munich and Hamburg.