Advanced Air Mobility Resources


Proof of Concept, by Telefónica: Drones for road hazard warning system using C-V2X


Thursday 21 May 2020 | Advanced Air Mobility | Artificial Intelligence | Automotive & Mobility | Big Data Analytics | C-V2X | Internet of Things – general | Resources |

This case study examines how Telefónica, the Spanish Government’s Directorate General for Traffic and SEAT created an IoT, Big Data and AI solution between drones, mobile network and cars to warn drivers of what faces them in the road ahead...

Drones Case Study: Beyond Visual Line Of Sight Platform by KPN and TEOCO


Friday 14 Feb 2020 | Advanced Air Mobility | Europe | Internet of Things – general | Resources |

KPN, in collaboration with TEOCO, is utilising TEOCO’s AirborneRF solution to develop a platform for enabling a multitude of critical communication services in support of UAVs operations.

Connected Urban Airspace Management for Unmanned Aircraft by Garuda Robotics


Tuesday 7 Jan 2020 | 5G | Advanced Air Mobility | Asia-Pacific | Resources | Smart Cities Environment | Smart Cities Transport |

Hear from Garuda Robotics, Singtel’s partner, how Garuda CoPilot the on-board unit built to be compatible with the world’s most common Flight Controllers, can enable the aircraft to be command and controlled through the Internet, from....

Case Study: Dynamic No-Fly-Zones


Friday 20 Dec 2019 | Advanced Air Mobility | Resources |

Vodafone is committed to positioning mobile network infrastructure as the key enabler for safe beyond-visual-line-of-sight (BVLOS) flights. Over the last three years, the company has conducted a range of cellular network trials, during which it has demonst

Case Study: AI-enabled Drones for Object Recognition in Multiple Settings


Wednesday 28 Aug 2019 | Advanced Air Mobility |

Drones are in a unique position. With an airborne, compact, and nimble nature, they can access many locations, which would otherwise be difficult and costly to reach. As a result, they are ideally suited to perform object recognition tasks.

GSM Networks for Low Altitude Airspace Management


Wednesday 10 Jul 2019 | Advanced Air Mobility | Asia-Pacific | Resources | Smart Cities Transport |

Telstra has been researching the features and characteristics that the aviation industry requires of its wireless networks to provide communication, navigation and surveillance to aircraft, including drones, recreational and general ...

How Cellular Technology Enables Anti-Fire Drones


Saturday 23 Feb 2019 | Advanced Air Mobility | Europe | Resources |

Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) are already used for a multitude of applications, particularly where they can offer public value. Telefónica in collaboration with partners Dronitec, Divisek and the Intelligent Systems Lab, from ...

GSMA IoT Webinar Series 2018-19


Monday 11 Feb 2019 | Advanced Air Mobility | IoT Security | MIoT Technology | Resources |

The GSMA Webinar Series returns this year covering the subjects of industrial IoT, drones, operator capability and the role of the SIM in the wider Internet of Things. Our webinar series features leading experts who will share their ...

Infographic: a Look into the Future of Mobile-Enabled Drones


Thursday 7 Feb 2019 | Advanced Air Mobility | Resources | Smart Cities Transport |

The drones market is an area of the IoT forecast for huge growth. This infographic acts as a useful guide to the most essential facts and figures on this burgeoning vertical market.

Using Mobile Networks to Coordinate Unmanned Aircraft Traffic


Friday 23 Nov 2018 | Advanced Air Mobility | Resources | Smart Cities Transport |

This report outlines potential UTM architecture and requirements, highlighting the UTM-related use cases for mobile networks and the benefits that mobile connectivity can bring to UTM. It considers the role of mobile networks in ...

GSMA IoT On-Demand Webinar: Cellular – the missing link for drones?


Friday 9 Nov 2018 | Advanced Air Mobility | Resources | Smart Cities Transport |

Join leading industry experts as they discuss the latest developments in how cellular communications enables BVLOS operation of commercial drones. This webinar was originally broadcast  on  7 November 2018 at 10am ET and 3PM ...

Drones Case Study: Search and Rescue Supported by Drones on a Cellular Network


Wednesday 5 Sep 2018 | Advanced Air Mobility | Resources |

Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) are already in use for a multitude of applications. The regulatory framework is presently still being shaped, and there remains some scepticism around their value and safety; however, use cases beyond ...

Mobile-Enabled Unmanned Aircraft


Thursday 8 Feb 2018 | Advanced Air Mobility | Resources |

Mobile networks are uniquely placed to support the safe usage of unmanned aircraft (UA), which are becoming increasingly popular with consumers and business users. Today UA are generally connected to a ground control system via limited ...

On-Demand Webinar: Accelerating the Commercial Drones Market using Cellular Connectivity


Sunday 19 Nov 2017 | Advanced Air Mobility | Resources |

Drones, or unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) are an increasing feature of modern life. As their usage grows, the role of mobile networks becomes more important in providing secure communication and identification services, and providing ...

GSMA Regulatory Position on Drones


Thursday 31 Aug 2017 | Advanced Air Mobility | Resources |

This consultation response explains the benefits of cellular connectivity in more detail before identifying potential barriers to cellular connectivity that regulators should be aware of. Much technical work is happening in the drone ...