AirMap is partnering with TMS Technologies, Taiwan’s leading traffic and transportation consultancy, to extend drone integration services to airspace authorities and enterprises in Taiwan.

Commercial and recreational drone use is growing rapidly in Taiwan and promises major economic benefits to the telecom, and industrial goods industries. In response, Taiwan’s Civil Aeronautics Administration recently updated its drone use regulations, requiring increased drone registration and inspection.

AirMap connects airspace authorities, enterprise operators, and industry developers with automation software solutions for scaling safe and efficient drone operations in low-altitude airspace. The AirMap UTM Platform equips airspace authorities with proven UTM and U-space technology to integrate drones safely at scale. AirMap’s EOM Center and JobSight and TowerSight solutions provide enterprises with drone workflow automation technologies that deliver on-demand insights and intelligence. TMS Technologies is a trusted technology provider to public sector transportation authorities in Taiwan.

“Taiwan’s new drone regulations show that our airspace authorities are serious about safe and scalable UAS integration, and that our businesses are ready to reap the commercial benefits drones provide,” said Tim Chen, President of TMS Technologies. “TMS Technologies is honored to collaborate with AirMap to provide solutions that support drone integration in Taiwan and the Southeast Asia region.”

“It’s clear that Taiwan is well on the way to building a vibrant drone ecosystem,” said Peter Hogewoning, Vice President for Asia Pacific at AirMap. “We are excited to work with TMS Technologies to provide airspace authorities and enterprises with the tools they need to facilitate safe drone use at scale.”

Source: Press Release

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