Flight Plans: Putting Focus On Mission Systems

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 Helps NTU Singapore Explore Urban Traffic Management For UAS

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 →

Drone / Helicopter Collision Incident Modeled

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 →

Realtime Airspace Alerting

In an effort to increase awareness while flying, OneSky now supports the ability to issue both airspace proximity warnings and intersection alerts.  This allows notifications to be issued directly to pilots when an airspace is violated or at risk of being violated. If you haven't explored some of the airspace warning/violation capabilities in the OneSky... Continue Reading →

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