OneSky is leveraging Cesium’s visualization platform in several ways. One of the most notable is within our Unmanned Traffic Management (UTM) framework product. Traditionally, the drone flight community has used 2D maps for mission planning and flight tools. We recognized early on in the development phase that we wanted to instead represent airspace in 3D... Continue Reading →
This week we added to our existing collection of DroneDeploy apps available to users with the new Altitude Profiler app. This will provide a profile graph for any flight plan showing the expected height above ground. This is available for free in the DroneDeploy App Market by searching for OneSky or browsing through the available... Continue Reading →
OneSky brings safety of flight analytics to DroneDeploy users with its GPS forecast utility available on the DroneDeploy App Market.
We are extremely proud to be a part of the upcoming Singapore Airshow, where we will be showcasing our UTM framework. This is a joint capability developed between OneSky, Singapore's Air Traffic Management Research Institute (ATMRI) and Nova Systems. We will be demonstrating this conceptual end-to-end flight submission and routing system developed specifically to address... Continue Reading →
With a 28+ year heritage providing world-class modeling and simulation tools to aerospace and defense systems engineers, it's no surprise that we rely heavily on AGI's Systems Tool Kit to solve some really difficult problems. Thanks to its ability to quickly model flight routes and payloads such as imaging sensors, GPS receivers, RF equipment, and... Continue Reading →
OneSky has been actively supporting the efforts of Nanyang Technological University (NTU) in Singapore as their research team (led by Professor Kin Huat Low) explore various methods for safely introducing drones into their national airspace. Coordination efforts between NTU, Singapore's Air Traffic Management Research Intstitute (ATMRI), and the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) have... Continue Reading →
We are continually adding data to our OneSky web portal while working to provide an easy to understand landscape for pilots to plan and monitor their operations. As new pilots begin exploring our tools and capabilities, it can be easy to make assumptions about how airspace maps might be interpreted. This is meant to be... Continue Reading →
Late September's incident involving a DJI Phantom UAS and an Army Black Hawk helicopter highlight's the ever-growing need for enhanced safety around unmanned aircraft in the national airspace. This incident isn't isolated, unfortunately, and is just one of the latest in a growing list. According to NTSB's Report, there were a number of oversights on... Continue Reading →