UAS Traffic Management (UTM) System Market – A Global and Regional Market Analysis: Focus on System Architecture, Use Cases, Enabling Technologies and Country-Wise UTM Concepts – Analysis and Forecast, 2021-2031

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Global UAS Traffic Management (UTM) System Market to Grow at a CAGR of 17.13% from 2021-2031

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UAS Traffic Management System Market

Executive Summary

Over the past decade, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) have witnessed several significant developments such as considerable reductions in weight, size, and cost, enhancement battery life, and increase in the degree of autonomy in operations.

These developments have led to their wider adoption for a diverse range of applications across commercial and non-commercial end users. Companies operating in the UAV industry are working toward the development of fully autonomous UAVs, which will eliminate the need for a ground-based controller in the future.

This will enable UAVs to perform tasks without human interventions. Moreover, this will reduce the operating cost of UAVs and make them a highly cost-effective solution across a varied range of commercial applications.

Presently, the spectrum of UAV applications is increasing, especially for small UAVs, which are now being widely adopted across the hobbyist end user. The prime factor behind the rise in demand for UAVs for commercial and hobbyist applications is their low price, compact size, and improved performance.

UAVs have now become more convenient in their operation, and consequently, are widely preferred among different industry verticals. Commercial UAVs have witnessed significant growth over the past few years, especially after exemptions from Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) regulations in the U.S. European countries are also lenient toward the rulemaking for commercial UAVs.

These exemptions have supported the demand growth for commercial and consumer UAVs globally. The military UAV market dominates the overall UAV market in terms of revenue generation, owing to the high unit price, which ranges from nearly $XX thousand to $XX million. Military UAVs are an integral part of any country’s defense system.

Countries across the globe have increased their spending to procure advanced UAVs for surveillance on their border and to combat the rising terrorist activities. The U.S. is an early adopter of drone technology, and it is anticipated to be able to maintain its dominance in terms of revenue generation in the global UAV market during the forecast period.

On the other hand, Asia-Pacific (APAC), which is one of the largest importers of UAVs, holds immense potential to grow at a rapid pace and convert itself into a multi-billion-dollar market. The lack of a regulatory framework for the adoption of UAVs in beyond-visual-line-of-sight (BVLOS) operations pose a substantial threat to the more widespread adoption of UAVs.

However, consortiums and regulatory bodies are anticipated to play a pivotal role in the drone industry growth, since the future growth of the market majorly depends on regulatory frameworks.

Some of the prominent consortiums are Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI), UAV Systems Association (UAVSA), and Association of Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems the U.K. (ARPAS The U.K.).

Considering the increased demand for drones in commercial applications as well as the growth potential, established markets, such as the U.S. and major European countries, are actively implementing their respective laws and regulations governing the commercial drone industry.

The FAA and the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) are the prominent regulatory bodies in the U.S. and Europe, respectively. Initially, drones took fleet for a short range of about 1 km distance from the controller, keeping the drone in the visual line of sight (VLOS) of the remote pilot.

However, about over a decade, the need for operating drones beyond VLOS is proliferating due to the increasing demand for commercial applications, such as package delivery, critical infrastructure inspection (rail, oil and gas, windmill), and others.

These applications require drones to operate in BVLOS operations. The following figure represents the operating range for drones in BVLOS and VLOS.

Figure 1: Operat ing Range for VLOS and BVLOS

UAS Traffic Management System Market

For operating drones in the BVLOS range, there are various restrictions imposed by the aviation department in various countries. Each country has its own set of rules for drone operations. For instance, the FAA is the regulatory body for American Civil Aviation. The authority creates regulations for the use of drones in commercial applications.

For operating UAVs in BVLOS for commercial applications, the operator has to take a clearance certificate, and after obtaining the certificate, there are also certain restrictions related to the flying range and height of UAVs.

There are some specific applications such as search and rescue, package delivery, inspection, and border patrol, which can be performed through BVLOS operations. In military and government applications, the drones already fly in the BVLOS range, while in commercial applications, the BVLOS operations are yet to commence by 2021.

In most countries, BVLOS flights, as of now, are not permitted, or they are highly regulated. According to FAA, in 2019, numerous applications emerged regarding BVLOS operations in FAA. The increase in the need for BVLOS operations makes it necessary for the industry to introduce and deploy unmanned or UAS traffic management (UTM) systems.

Since 2016, NASA is leading most of the research and development initiatives in the UTM arena and has been involved in testing its UTM platform with various industry partners under its testing capability level (TCL) program.

A similar degree of research is taking place in Europe to develop and design a UTM system. The drone market in Europe envisions drone services for 3D mapping, infrastructure, geo-fencing, and goods delivery in the coming future.

Since 2016, U-space in Europe has been gradually developing a new set of services to support safe and efficient applications of drones in the airspace. There is a fixed timeframe according to which these services are expected to be launched in Europe.

In addition to this, other countries such as China, Singapore, Japan, and Australia are also making considerable efforts to develop their respective UTM systems.

Key Questions Answered in this Report:

• What are the enabling technologies within the UAS traffic management (UTM) system market?
• What is the demand for commercial drones for various applications?
• What are the driving and challenging factors for the growth of the UTM system market?
• Which are the various trials and demonstrations that have been conducted from 2018 till date?
• What are the various regulations in countries, such as the U.S., Canada, U.K., France, China, and India?
• How is the industry expected to evolve during the forecast period, 2021-2031?
• What are the key developmental strategies that are implemented by the key players to sustain the competitive market?
• What are the different UTM concepts in each country?
• What is the competitive scenario and who are the stakeholders in the UTM value chain?
• Which are the different companies involve in the UTM market?

 

Global UAS Traffic Management (UTM) System Market Forecast, 2021-2031

The UAS traffic management (UTM) system industry analysis projects the market to grow at a significant CAGR of 17.13% on the basis of value during the forecast period from 2021 to 2031. North America and Europe and the two major regions in the UAS traffic management (UTM) system market, wherein these regions have carried out trials and demonstrations of UTM capabilities.

The demand for UTM services has been increasing in the past five years and this is due to the growing drone operations. There are several factors that are contributing to the significant growth of UAS traffic management (UTM) system market. Some of these factors include focus on BVLOS operations and potential opportunities for key stakeholders.

Scope of the Global UAS Traffic Management (UTM) System Market

The UAS traffic management (UTM) system market research provides detailed market information for segmentation such as potential application areas and region. The purpose of this market analysis is to examine the UAS traffic management (UTM) system market outlook in terms of factors driving the market, trends, technological developments, and competitive benchmarking, among others.

The report further takes into consideration the market dynamics and the competitive landscape, along with the detailed financial and product contribution of the key players operating in the market.

Global UAS Traffic Management System Segmentation

While highlighting the key driving and restraining forces for this market, the report also provides a detailed study of the potential application areas for UAS Traffic Management. These potential application areas include precision agriculture, package delivery, critical infrastructure inspection, mapping, disaster management, law enforcement, and construction.

The UAS traffic management (UTM) system market is segregated by region under four major regions, namely North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Rest-of-the-World. Information for each of these regions (by country) has been provided in the market study.

Key Companies in the Global UAS Traffic Management (UTM) System Industry

The key market players in the UAS traffic management (UTM) system market include Unifly, Altitude Angel, Skyward.io, OneSky, DeDrone, DJI Innovation, Kitty Hawk, Precision Hawk, vHive, Airbus, Thales, Leonardo Company, SRC Inc., and AirMap, among others.

 

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Additional information

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Date Published

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Base Year

2021

Base Market Size

$1, 129.7 Million in 2021

Currency/Unit

USD

Forecast Year

2031

Market Size Forecast

$5, 492.3 Million by 2031

CAGR

17.13%

Table of Contents

Executive Summary
1 Industry Outlook
1.1 Overview of UAS Traffic Management System (UTM)
1.2 UAS Traffic Management (UTM) Evolution
1.2.1 UAS Traffic Management System Architecture
1.2.1.1 List of UTM Services
1.2.1.2 Operational Scenarios of UTM
1.2.1.3 UAS Traffic Management (UTM) System Stakeholders
1.2.1.3.1 Air Navigation Service Providers (ANSPs)
1.2.1.3.2 UAS Service Suppliers (USS)
1.2.1.3.3 Drone Operators
1.2.1.3.4 Communication Service Providers
1.2.1.3.5 Data Service Providers
1.2.1.3.6 Law Enforcement
1.2.1.3.7 Other Stakeholders
1.2.2 Funding Scenario in UTM Space
1.2.3 Regulatory Framework on UTM
1.2.4 Ongoing and Upcoming UTM Systems
1.2.5 Current and Emerging Technologies
1.2.5.1 Geofencing
1.2.5.2 Detect-and-Avoid (DAA)
1.2.5.3 Blockchain
1.2.5.4 LAANC for Airspace Data Sharing
1.2.5.5 Remote Identification
1.2.5.6 5G and LTE Communication Technologies
1.2.5.7 Surveillance, Identification and Tracking
1.2.5.8 Parachute Systems
1.2.6 UTM: An Enabler for Urban Air Mobility
1.2.6.1 Current Developments in UAM
1.2.6.2 Use Cases of Urban Air Mobility
1.2.6.3 Futuristic Scenario of UAM
1.3 Market Dynamics
1.3.1 Business Drivers
1.3.1.1 Increasing Deployment of Drones for Commercial and Civil Applications
1.3.1.2 Focus of the Unmanned Industry on BVLOS Operations
1.3.2 Business Challenges
1.3.2.1 UTM Separation Management Challenges
1.3.2.2 Rising Concerns on Security, Safety, and Privacy
1.3.3 Business Strategies
1.3.3.1 New Launches and Development
1.3.3.2 Market Developments
1.3.3.2.1 Funding
1.3.3.2.2 Trials and Demonstrations
1.3.4 Corporate Strategies
1.3.4.1 Contracts, Agreements, Partnerships, and Collaborations
1.3.5 Business Opportunities
1.3.5.1 Potential Growth Opportunities for Key Stakeholders
1.3.5.2 Changing Regulatory Framework for Drone Operations
2 Market Overview
2.1 Global UAS Traffic Management System Market, 2021-2031
2.1.1 Assumptions
2.1.2 Market Overview
3 Potential Application Areas for UAS Traffic Management (UTM)
3.1 Introduction
3.1.1 Precision Agriculture
3.1.2 Package Delivery
3.1.3 Critical Infrastructure Inspection
3.1.3.1 Rail Inspection
3.1.3.2 Oil & Gas Pipeline Inspection
3.1.3.3 Powerline Inspection
3.1.3.4 Windmill Inspection
3.1.4 Mapping
3.1.5 Disaster Management
3.1.6 Law Enforcement
3.1.7 Construction
4 Regions
4.1 North America
4.1.1 Market
4.1.1.1 Key Players in North America
4.1.1.2 Business Drivers
4.1.1.3 Business Challenges
4.1.2 Overview of UAS Traffic Management in North America
4.1.2.1 NASA’s UTM System
4.1.3 North America (by Country)
4.1.3.1 U.S.
4.1.3.1.1 Markets
4.1.3.1.1.1 Key Players in the U.S.
4.1.3.1.1.2 Business Drivers
4.1.3.1.1.3 Business Challenges
4.1.3.1.2 Regulatory Scenario
4.1.3.1.2.1 14 CFR Part 107 Small Unmanned System Aircraft
4.1.3.1.2.2 49 U.S. Code 44809 – Exception for Limited Recreational Operations of Unmanned Aircraft
4.1.3.1.3 Trials and Demonstrations
4.1.3.2 Canada
4.1.3.2.1 Market
4.1.3.2.1.1 Key Players in Canada
4.1.3.2.1.2 Business Drivers
4.1.3.2.1.3 Business Challenges
4.1.3.2.1.4 Regulatory Scenario
4.1.3.2.2 Trials and Demonstrations
4.2 Europe
4.2.1 Market
4.2.1.1 Key Players in Europe
4.2.1.2 Business Drivers
4.2.2 Overview of UAS Traffic Management in Europe
4.2.2.1 European Union’s U-Space Project
4.2.3 Europe (by Country)
4.2.3.1 U.K.
4.2.3.1.1 Market
4.2.3.1.1.1 Key Players in the U.K.
4.2.3.1.1.2 Business Drivers
4.2.3.1.1.3 Business Challenges
4.2.3.1.2 U.K.’s Civil Aviation Authority Perspective on UTM
4.2.3.1.3 Regulatory Scenario
4.2.3.1.4 Trials and Demonstrations
4.2.3.2 Italy
4.2.3.2.1 Market
4.2.3.2.1.1 Key Players in Italy
4.2.3.2.2 Regulatory Scenario
4.2.3.3 France
4.2.3.3.1 Market
4.2.3.3.1.1 Key Players in France
4.2.3.3.1.2 ONERA’s Low Level RPAS Traffic Management System (LLRTM)
4.2.3.3.1.3 Regulatory Scenario
4.3 Asia-Pacific
4.3.1 Market
4.3.1.1 Key Players in Asia-Pacific
4.3.2 Overview of UAS Traffic Management in Asia-Pacific
4.3.3 Asia-Pacific (by Country)
4.3.3.1 China
4.3.3.1.1 China’s UAS Operation Management System (UOMS)
4.3.3.1.2 Market
4.3.3.1.2.1 Key Players in China
4.3.3.1.2.2 Business Drivers
4.3.3.1.2.3 Business Challenges
4.3.3.1.3 Regulatory Scenario
4.3.3.2 Japan
4.3.3.2.1 Japan’s Ministry of Economy, Trade, and Industry’s (METI) Aerial Industrial Revolution
4.3.3.2.2 Market
4.3.3.2.2.1 Key companies in Japan
4.3.3.2.2.2 Business Drivers
4.3.3.2.2.3 Business Challenges
4.3.3.2.3 Regulatory Scenario
4.3.3.3 India
4.3.3.3.1 India’s National UAS Traffic Management Policy
4.3.3.3.2 Market
4.3.3.3.2.1 Key Players in India
4.3.3.3.2.2 Business Drivers
4.3.3.3.2.3 Business Challenges
4.3.3.3.3 Regulatory Scenario
4.3.3.4 Rest-of-Asia-Pacific
4.3.3.4.1 Singapore’s Concept of UTM
4.3.3.4.2 South Korea’s UTM
4.4 Rest-of-the-World
4.4.1 Latin America
4.4.1.1 Market
4.4.1.1.1 Key Players in Latin America
4.4.1.1.1.1 Business Drivers
4.4.1.1.1.2 Business Challenges
4.4.2 Middle East
4.4.2.1 Markets
4.4.2.1.1 Key Players in the Middle East
4.4.2.1.1.1 Business Drivers
4.4.2.1.1.2 Business Challenges
4.4.3 Africa
4.4.3.1 Market
4.4.3.1.1 Key Players in Africa
4.4.3.1.1.1 Business Drivers
4.4.3.1.1.2 Business Challenges
5 Markets – Competitive Benchmarking & Company Profiles
5.1 Competitive Benchmarking
5.1.1 Competitive Landscape
5.1.2 Value Chain Analysis
5.2 Altitude Angel
5.2.1 Company Overview
5.2.1.1 Role of Altitude Angel in UAS Traffic Management System Market
5.2.1.2 Product Portfolio
5.2.2 Corporate Strategies
5.2.2.1 Partnership and Collaboration
5.2.3 Strength and Weakness of Altitude Angel
5.3 AirMap
5.3.1 Company Overview
5.3.1.1 Role of AirMap in UAS Traffic Management System Market
5.3.1.2 Product Portfolio
5.3.2 Corporate Strategies
5.3.2.1 Partnership and Collaboration
5.3.2.2 Contract and Agreement
5.3.2.3 Acquisition
5.3.3 Strength and Weakness of AirMap
5.4 Airbus
5.4.1 Company Overview
5.4.1.1 Role of Airbus in UAS Traffic Management System Market
5.4.1.2 Product Portfolio
5.4.2 Corporate Strategies
5.4.2.1 Partnership and Collaboration
5.4.3 Strength and Weakness of Airbus
5.4.4 R&D Analysis
5.5 Dedrone
5.5.1 Company Overview
5.5.1.1 Role of Dedrone in UAS Traffic Management System Market
5.5.1.2 Product Portfolio
5.5.2 Strength and Weakness of Dedrone
5.6 DJI Innovations
5.6.1 Company Overview
5.6.1.1 Role of DJI Innovations in UAS Traffic Management System Market
5.6.2 Strength and Weakness of DJI Innovations
5.7 Kitty Hawk
5.7.1 Company Overview
5.7.1.1 Role of Kittyhawk in UAS Traffic Management System Market
5.7.1.2 Product Portfolio
5.7.2 Corporate Strategies
5.7.2.1 Partnership
5.7.3 Strength and Weakness of Kittyhawk
5.8 Leonardo Company
5.8.1 Company Overview
5.8.1.1 Role of Leonardo in UAS Traffic Management System Market
5.8.1.2 Product Portfolio
5.8.2 Corporate Strategies
5.8.2.1 Partnership and Joint Venture
5.8.3 Strength and Weakness of Leonardo Company
5.9 OneSky
5.9.1 Company Overview
5.9.1.1 Role of OneSky in UAS Traffic Management System Market
5.9.1.2 Product Portfolio
5.9.2 Corporate Strategies
5.9.2.1 Partnership and Collaboration
5.9.3 Strength and Weakness of OneSky
5.1 Precision Hawk
5.10.1 Company Overview
5.10.1.1 Role of Precision Hawk in UAS Traffic Management System Market
5.10.1.2 Product Portfolio
5.10.2 Strength and Weakness of Precision Hawk
5.11 SRC Inc.
5.11.1 Company Overview
5.11.1.1 Role of SRC Inc. in UAS Traffic Management System Market
5.11.1.2 Product Portfolio
5.11.2 Strength and Weakness of SRC Inc.
5.12 Skyward
5.12.1 Company Overview
5.12.1.1 Role of Skyward in UAS Traffic Management System Market
5.12.1.2 Product Portfolio
5.12.2 Corporate Strategies
5.12.2.1 Partnership
5.12.3 Strength and Weakness of Skyward
5.13 Thales Group
5.13.1 Company Overview
5.13.1.1 Role of Thales Group UAS Traffic Management System Market
5.13.1.2 Product Portfolio
5.13.2 Corporate Strategies
5.13.2.1 Partnership and Collaboration
5.13.3 Strength and Weakness of DJI Innovations
5.13.4 R&D Analysis
5.14 The Boeing Company
5.14.1 Company Overview
5.14.1.1 Role of The Boeing Company in UAS Traffic Management System Market
5.14.1.2 Product Portfolio
5.14.2 Strength and Weakness of The Boeing Company
5.14.3 R&D Analysis
5.15 Unifly
5.15.1 Company Overview
5.15.1.1 Role of Unifly in UAS Traffic Management System Market
5.15.1.2 Product Portfolio
5.15.2 Corporate Strategies
5.15.2.1 Partnership and Collaboration
5.15.2.2 Agreements
5.15.3 Strength and Weakness of Unifly
5.16 vHive
5.16.1 Company Overview
5.16.1.1 Role of vHive in UAS Traffic Management System Market
5.16.2 Strength and Weakness of vHive
5.17 Other Players
5.17.1 Exponent Technology Services
5.17.2 Indra
5.17.3 Intel
5.17.4 NTT Data
5.17.5 RakutenAirMap Inc.
5.17.6 Terra Drone
5.17.7 X Development LLC
5.17.8 ANRA Technologies
5.17.9 List of Emerging Companies
6 Research Methodology
List of Figures
Figure 1: Operating Range for VLOS and BVLOS
Figure 2: Global Commercial UAV and eVTOL Market, 2021-2031
Figure 3: Stakeholders Role in UTM
Figure 4: UAS Traffic Management (UTM) System Market Coverage
Figure 5: Operations (by Altitude)
Figure 6: UTM Operations in Context of Airspace Classes
Figure 7: FAA’s Notional UTM architecture
Figure 8: Primary Insights
Figure 9: Primary Insights
Figure 10: Flow of Information in a Notional UVR
Figure 11: Responsibilities of ANSP
Figure 12: Market Progressiveness in Forecast Period, 2020-2034
Figure 13: Roles and Responsibilities of Commercial Drone Operators
Figure 14: Type of Communication Technologies Used in UAS Traffic Management System
Figure 15: Information Provided by Data Service Providers
Figure 16: Data Service Providers in UAS Traffic Management System
Figure 17: Law Enforcement Agencies Use of Drones
Figure 18: Primary Insights
Figure 19: Primary Insights
Figure 20: LAANC Process
Figure 21: Primary Insights
Figure 22: UAS Model in the 3GPP Ecosystem
Figure 23: Primary Insights
Figure 24: Primary Insights
Figure 25: On-going Projects for eVTOLs
Figure 26: Global UAS Traffic Management (UTM) System Market, Business Dynamics
Figure 27: Application Areas of BVLOS
Figure 28: Share of Key Market Strategies and Developments, 2017-2020
Figure 29: New Product Development (by Company), 2017-2020
Figure 30: Funding (by Company), 2017-2020
Figure 31: Trials and Demonstrations (by Company), 2017-2020
Figure 32: Contracts, Agreements, Partnerships, Collaborations, and Acquisitions (by Company), 2017-2020
Figure 33: Primary Insights
Figure 34: Global Commercial UAV and eVTOL Market, 2021-2031
Figure 35: Potential Application Areas for UAS Traffic Management
Figure 36: Global Commercial Drone for Precision Agriculture, Units, 2020-2031
Figure 37: Global Commercial Drones for Package Delivery, Units, 2020-2031
Figure 38: Global Commercial Drones for Critical Infrastructure Inspection, Units, 2020-2031
Figure 39: Global Commercial Drones for Mapping, Units, 2020-2031
Figure 40: Global Commercial Drones for Disaster Management, Units, 2020-2031
Figure 41: Global Commercial Drones for Law Enforcement, Units, 2020-2031
Figure 42: Global Commercial Drones for Construction, Units, 2020-2031
Figure 43: Model Fleet of sUAS, 2019-2024
Figure 44: Non-Model Fleet of sUAS, 2019-2024
Figure 45: NASA’s UTM Vision
Figure 46: Set of Services Offered by U-Space
Figure 47: Different Phases of U-Space
Figure 48: Business Opportunities with the Implementation of U-Space
Figure 49: Airspace Modernization Strategy
Figure 50: Low-Level RPAS Traffic Management System (LLRTM)
Figure 51: Structure of UOMS
Figure 52: Key Companies Involved in J-UTM
Figure 53: Layered Approach of the Indian UTM Ecosystem
Figure 54: UTM Stakeholders
Figure 55: DigitalSky Platform
Figure 56: Competitive Landscape
Figure 57: UTM Value Chain
Figure 58: Airbus R&D (2017-2019)
Figure 59: Thales Group R&D (2017-2019)
Figure 60: The Boeing Company, R&D (2017-2019)
Figure 61: Research Methodology
Figure 62: UAS Traffic Management (UTM) System Market Influencing Factors
Figure 63: Assumptions and Limitations
List of Tables
Table 1: Key Technologies Enabling UTM
Table 2: Summary of Operational Scenarios of UTM
Table 3: Analysis for USS
Table 4: Analysis of Drone Operators
Table 5: Analysis for Communication Service Providers
Table 6: Funding Scenario in UTM Space, 2016-2020
Table 7: FAA Vs. EASA
Table 8: Ongoing and Upcoming UTM Systems
Table 9: List of Countries with UAM
Table 10: List of the Top Seven Commercial Drones in the Market:
Table 11: FAA Drone Forecast, 2019-2024
Table 12: Opportunities for Different Key Stakeholders
Table 13: Drone Related Regulations
Table 14: List of Companies Partnering with NASA
Table 15: UTM Services
Table 16: Lead Participants of the BEYOND Program
Table 17: FAA’s UPP Phase One
Table 18: UPP Capabilities, Use Case Elements, and Related Interactions
Table 19: Trials and Demonstrations in the U.S.
Table 20: Trials and Demonstrations in Canada
Table 21: European UTM Roadmap
Table 22: Trials and Demonstrations in the U.K.
Table 23: UTM Key Developments in APAC
Table 24: Category of System Integrators
Table 25: System Integrators Developments
Table 26: Category of Connectivity Providers
Table 27: System Integrators Developments
Table 28: Category of UTM Service Providers
Table 29: Altitude Angel: Product Portfolio
Table 30: Partnership and Collaboration
Table 31: AirMap: Product Portfolio
Table 32: Partnership and Collaboration
Table 33: Partnership and Collaboration
Table 34: Acquisition
Table 35: Airbus: Product Portfolio
Table 36: Partnership and Collaboration
Table 37: Dedrone: Product Portfolio
Table 38: Kittyhawk: Product Portfolio
Table 39: Partnership
Table 40: Leonardo Company: Product Portfolio
Table 41: Partnership and Joint Venture
Table 42: OneSky: Product Portfolio
Table 43: Partnership and Collaboration
Table 44: Precision Hawk: Product Portfolio
Table 45: SRC Inc.: Product Portfolio
Table 46: Skyward: Product Portfolio
Table 47: Partnership
Table 48: Thales Group: Product Portfolio
Table 49: Partnership and Collaboration
Table 50: The Boeing Company: Product Portfolio
Table 51: Unifly: Product Portfolio
Table 52: Partnership and Collaboration
Table 53: Agreements
Table 54: List of Emerging Companies

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