Identity & Authentication

Our platform is designed to provide the best user experience we can offer. For this purpose, with AirUTM, we take care of all the necessary procedures required for the user to get their drones in the air. This includes drone registration, pilot registration and issuing of tokens to exchange credentials and permissions.

We make sure that every step of the process is well accounted for and authenticated by the rightful authorities.

Path Planning

Our system is designed to integrate manned and unmanned aerial traffic in the sky. It allows transparency for the stakeholders to know all the details about their RPAS at any given point.

Our pre-flight conflict management system ensures that the path of the RPAS is designed in the most shielded way possible. It does so by:

  • Choosing the shortest route available amongst the choice of multiple flight paths based on weather, traffic, altitude and even priority
  • The software even allows any RPAS to safely navigate across low-altitude airspace beyond the visual line of sight (BVLOS).


We are looking at a future where drones will be as commonly used as cars are, today. In this scenario, we can no longer depend on traditional ways of airspace deconfliction to avoid midair collisions or bad terrain. In a future where drones are likely to be delivering us our groceries, a system will be needed to ensure its smooth functioning, and that’s where UTM comes in.

Deconfliction using AirUTM has the following characteristics:

  • Strategical deconfliction to avoid the possibility of conflicts pre-flight
  • Tactical deconfliction enabling the RPAS to detect and avoid (DAA) the conflict immediately in case of unexpected occurrences.


For drones and RPAS to actually work efficiently with UTM, there has to be a standard system of rules- a common language that can be used as a means of communication between one another. For this purpose, AirUTM uses communication between the drones and the various UTM service providers to ease the paths of the RPAS. Our surveillance and tracking system which produces comfortable interoperability.


Geofencing in UTM refers to a method of dividing a map into three zones- red, green & yellow, depending on the accessibility of the area.

In our case, if the RPAS is equipped with AirUTM, it ensures that:

  • All real-time location-based information about the airspace, flying zones, intrusions or any extra activity around the RPAS is notified.
  • This technology is used to limit the traffic in an area and to prevent the RPAS from flying into illegal zones.

Cloud GCS

Using Cloud GCS, we can access the drones remotely and direct its functionality according to the user's needs. It provides a powerful platform for managing your drone and gets real-time telemetry data from the drone, easing the decision making process for the pilot. This technique is especially essential for the proper working of drones BVLOS.

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