PansaUTM includes also the functionalities of real-time e-identification and location of a drone (provided it uses any of the selected tracking methods), dynamic geo-fencing that allows selected UAV operators to order the drone to land, and direct two-way non-verbal communication between air traffic services and UAV operator through the so-called CDDLC (Controller-Drone Data Link Communication), which contributes to deconfliction at the strategic level. The system decreases the workload of air traffic services simultaneously preparing for expected increase in the number of UAV operations in the future. The system is designed to ensure the existing level of safety of other airspace users.
PansaUTM is a unique system which can be operated by an airspace manager responsible for controlled airspace volumes. The modular architecture of PansaUTM allows the system to be deployed either fully or partially, depending on the current or future needs and requirements of its users, and to customise it to meet specific language needs and changing legal requirements (e.g. different national laws or common European regulations and the supporting U1-U4 U-space services). At the same time, PansaUTM is compliant with applicable personal data protection laws (e.g. GDPR) and compatible with the existing air traffic management solutions in service with civilian and military airspace and manned air traffic managers. Within PANSA, PansaUTM is integrated with PANDORA aeronautical Information Display System and CAT system for airspace structure management in real-time. PansaUTM provides also for integration with other U-space service providers, e.g. local DTM (Drone Traffic Management) systems, through open API interfaces.
PansaUTM is a safe, complete, flexible, coherent and open solution. PansaUTM system has successfully passed the accreditation process conducted by PANSA and supervised by the Civil Aviation Authority of Poland in March 2020. From March till July 2020 PANSA implemented PansaUTM system for operational use in controlled zones (CTRs) of airports in Bydgoszcz, Gdansk, Katowice, Krakow, Lublin, Lodz, Modlin, Olsztyn, Poznan, Rzeszow, Szczecin, Wroclaw and Zielona Gora, as well as FIS sectors of Gdansk, Krakow, Olsztyn, Poznan and Warsaw. It means that whole Poland is already covered by the services of PansaUTM system.
PansaUTM is a solution to set the foundation for the U-space deployment and new future U-space services and applications. It will help to meet the raising demand for the UAV flights and due to its state-of-the flight plans management system and non-verbal communication between the drone operators and the authorities, PansaUTM helps to safely engage Air Navigation Services Providers (ANSPs) and air traffic controllers in order to make an unmanned and manned aviation integration a reality, in the same time is flexible enough to adapt to the new possible U-space regulations in the future – Mateusz Kotliński, Head of the U-space Programme, 6 years of experience at the Civil Aviation Authority of Poland, 6 years of experience at PANSA.
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