AirMap LAANC Capability Off-Line: Company Not Currently Listed as FAA Provider

AirMap LAANC Capability Off-Line: Company Not Currently Listed as FAA Provider

The AirMap LAANC functionality seems to be off-line presently, and the corporate identify doesn’t seem presently on the FAA’s list of approved providers.  (Image beneath from FAA web site.)

AirMap LAANC

In a drone pilot chatroom final Friday, Lead Drone Pro for the FAA Safety Team in North Texas Adrian Doko talked about that a number of service suppliers had reached out to the Safety Team with questions concerning the lapse in service.

At the time of writing, AirMap has not responded to requests for extra info.  The AirMap LAANC functionality remains to be described on the corporate’s web site, so the lapse in service could also be momentary.

In 2017, AirMap was one of many first firms to work on the FAA’s Low Altitude Authorization and Notification Capability (LAANC), which represented a major advance in automating the method of flight permissions for drone pilots.    The LAANC functionality permits drone pilots to obtain airspace authorizations in minutes, decreasing the ready time dramatically and enhancing the surroundings for industrial drone operations.

Since then, the LAANC program has expanded to incorporate different firms, extra airports, and recreational flyers: and extra competing airspace apps have grown in dimension.  Aloft, formerly known as Kittyhawk, is the developer behind the FAA’s B4UFly App; drone supply firm Wing has launched the OpenSky app; the opposite gamers listed all present a LAANC succesful providing.

AirMap LAANC Capability Off-Line: Company Not Currently Listed as FAA Provider

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