Utm Consortium Agreement

Utm Consortium Agreement

GUTMA is a non-profit consortium of unmanned aircraft systems (UTM) to promote the safe and effective integration of drones into global airspace systems. Its role is to support and accelerate the transparent implementation of globally interoperable UTM systems. The event took place as part of the consortium that aims to speed up the delivery of commercial drones and use throughout Europe. As part of the consortium`s initiatives, the UTM SPIRE team, led by Dr. Fauzan Khairi Che Harun, organized collaborators from the UTM Innovation and Marketing Centre and UTM International on November 28, 2019 Erasmus-Strategic IP Management for Effective R-I in Asian Higher Education (SPIRE2019). It was co-financed by the EU and co-created by the Higher Education Leadership Academy (AKEPT) in Malaysia. The conference entitled “Using Creativity on Ip” provided a platform to link and enhance innovation and creativity in the areas of research, innovation and commercialization. In particular, it aimed to strengthen the knowledge and skills of IP managers in DenE in providing comprehensive IP management services, to enable IP management units to provide effective IP management services to industry and the community, and to establish a network of IP managers in Asia as a reference point for all IP use efforts. The agreement provides that EUROCAE and GUTMA cooperate closely on global standards to promote interoperability and harmonization of the UTM, while encouraging concerned members to actively engage. Eszter Kovacs, Acting Secretary General of GUTMA, said: “This is a great opportunity to unite developing standards for UTM and U-Space around the world. GUTMA is very pleased to continue to develop its agreements with ASTM International and ISO, as these collaborations are important to this developing community.

The involvement of the UTM and U Space communities is essential for current and future standardization activities. In theory, this will help Chinese autonomous aircraft companies such as EHang develop products at common eu-China certification levels and facilitate access for European UTM service providers to Chinese markets. As part of the agreement, both parties have established a technical coordination body called the Certification Oversight Body (COB), which will help minimize differences between regulatory systems, standards and certification processes for parties; The development, approval and revision of technical implementation procedures. … the exchange of information on key security issues and, where appropriate, the development of action plans to address them, as well as other similar provisions.