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Traffic management for drones

UTM Trackviewer monthly license

Web application for displaying aircraft movements in defined area and altitude

Traffic management for drones

UTM Trackviewer monthly license

Web application for displaying aircraft movements in defined area and altitude

The UTM TrackViewer is a web application through which a drone operator can monitor air traffic in the area of his UAS operation. The TrackViewer displays the positions of drones equipped with a HOD4track or Dronetag mini as well as the relevant manned air traffic in the vicinity.

58,31 € incl. VAT
49,00 € net
plus shipping costs
Delivery time: 3-5 workdays
Do you have questions about the product? Contact form
Tel. +49 69 509 547 400 | Mail. info@droniq. de
58,31 € incl. VAT
49,00 € net
plus shipping costs
Delivery time: 3-5 workdays
Do you have questions about the product? Contact form
Tel. +49 69 509 547 400 | Mail. info@droniq. de

Product features

User license
Single user license
Notice period
2 weeks
Subscription
Monthly subscription

Advantages

  • Real-time display of aircraft movements in a defined area over Germany.
  • All relevant aircraft movements are displayed in the lower airspace.
  • Multisensor data fusion is used to acquire data sources such as primary/secondary radar, ADS-B, FLARM or HOD4track / Dronetag mini.
  • Users can track flight movement and view previous flight history and projected flight direction
  • TrackViewer displays aircraft details (e.g. identification, speed, altitude and climb or descent rates).
  • Aircraft (airplane, helicopter, drone) are displayed in a visually differentiated manner.

Intended use

The UTM TrackViewer is a web application that allows a UAS operator to monitor air traffic in the area of his UAS operation. The TrackViewer displays the positions of aircraft equipped with a HOD4track or dronetag as well as the relevant manned air traffic in the vicinity.

This is done by fusing different sensor data (e.g. MODE-S, FLARM and ADS-B). The web application thus provides the drone operator with real-time situational awareness. Other aircraft can be seen and details of individual aircraft (if available) such as identifier, speed, altitude, rate of climb and descent, and their flight movements can be retrieved.

Scope of delivery

Single user license for the web-based TrackViewer for 1 month incl. automatic renewal. The access to the TrackViewer as well as UTM pro is digitally transmitted to the user.

Subscription costs for commercial use
The license is a monthly single user seat license. The monthly subscription is automatically renewed for another month unless it is cancelled in due time. The cancellation period is 2 weeks to the end of the month. The cost for the monthly license is 49 EUR net. Billing is either monthly, quarterly or annually.

System requirement

Latest version of the browser (including Chrome, Edge, Firefox, Safari).

DRONES IN THE AIRSPACE

Safe and visible

With our traffic management system for drones, which is unique in Germany, we provide drone users with a live aerial situation of the manned and unmanned air traffic surrounding them. This allows drone flights to take place safely even beyond visual range. For this purpose, Droniq provides you with the required hardware and software consisting of the following components:

  • LTE transponder for locating the aircraft
  • Web-based UTM system for displaying aircraft movements
  • Soil sensor system
Antenna for large-area airspace monitoring
Ground sensors
TrackViewer
HOD4Track
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Product features

  • Real-time display of aircraft movements

    Surrounding air traffic - manned and unmanned - can be displayed in real time within Germany by the UTM's air situation image.

  • Multisensor data fusion

    Multisensor data fusion is used to acquire data sources such as primary/secondary radar, ADS-B, FLARM, or drone tracking systems.

  • Visibility of own drone fleet

    In combination with the drone tracking module HOD4track or Dronetag mini, the position of the own drone fleet can also be displayed in the UTM through multi-sensor data fusion.

  • Track flight movement

    Users can track flight movement and view past flight history and projected flight direction.

  • Representation & display of aircraft details

    Aircraft (airplane, helicopter, drones, ground sensors) are displayed visually differentiated in the traffic management for drones. In addition, the following aircraft details are displayed: Identification, speed, altitude, rate of climb and descent, direction.

  • Collision & Closed Airspace Warning

    The drone operator is warned of collisions and closed airspaces (no-fly zones) at an early stage.

Our competences

Awarded several times

Multiple awards in the areas of safety, traffic and innovation.

Practice
tested

Flown more than 12,000 km of route beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS).

Full Service
Solutions

Droniq enables efficient and safe drone operations for BOS & industry.

Real
Experts

More than 30 years of know-how in aviation & telecommunications.

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André Voigt, Senior Sales Manager
Phone +49 69 509 547 400 | vertrieb@droniq.de

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