Previously, only the FAA had access to the platform and the valuable insights it offers. Now everyone – regulators, investigators, journalists, and manned aircraft operators – can see how drones are operating in the U.S. airspace and the risks they pose to manned aircraft.
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URSA’s Airspace Awareness Platform (AAP) now provides everyone with easily accessible, objective insight into the who, what, where, when, why and how of drone behavior.
Initially used exclusively for a UAV risk analysis contract for the the FAA, URSA’s AAP is now available to regulators, investigators, journalists, and manned aircraft operators – anyone with an interest in how drones are operating in the national airspace.
Via URSA’s intuitive self- service platform, URSA consulting, or integration with numerous other platforms, users can now access a wide array of insights regarding UAV activity and behavior.
AAP turns terabytes of raw data – from a variety of sources – into intuitive visualizations and provides the data needed for comprehensive analysis of traffic, trends, regulatory compliance, and safety risks.
URSA’s NMAC analysis replaces subjective assessments of near midair collisions with objective data and reporting.
Currently pilots, while in flight, visually identify and evade conflicting sUAS and then report estimates of range, altitude, and other associated flight information no tools to measure or examine the suspected drone.
AAP-NMAC provides comprehensive NMAC data sets, graphic representation of activity and additional analytical capabilities – all designed to ensure safety in the sky and on the ground.
Vendor agnostic, AAP-NMAC fuses UAV track data with manned aircraft track data to clearly identify and categorize close approaches and near midair collisions.
Identify and Classify sUAS-aircraft Encounters and Trends:
Land use, weather, time of day, and various GIS layers relating to critical infrastructure offer valuable context that enables comprehensive incident analysis.
URSA’s NMAC analytics provides objective data, visualizations, and output that simplify the analysis and communication needed for decisions, action, and public conversation.
URSA simplifies the analysis and reporting process by providing key information that enables the rapid, accurate production of objective summaries.
"URSA allows us to break down problems individually and look at each component rather than just relying on evaluating data independently - we can see how it all interacts together."
"URSA provided a streamlined method of combining and analyzing multiple types of data from a variety of sources, enabling us to better understand potential safety implications of sUAS operations in low-altitude airspace."
"URSA’s work is groundbreaking"
"URSA provides the analytics that feeds an evidentiary chain that enables administrators to address issues. This information is absolutely necessary for safety in the national airspace and also for the protection of critical infrastructure."