Drones are surely a great piece of technology, which not only enable people to shoot stunning images and videos but accomplish also much more. Amazon is testing drone delivery to deliver online ordered items and similarly, other businesses are planning on using drones to boost their services. While drones seem like one of the key technologies moving forward, there’s a pressing need for some rules and regulations.
This is where the Antwerp-based startup Unifly steps in. It is a software company developing unmanned traffic management (UTM) software for drones. The company’s platform aims at safe integration of drones into the airspace with its software that connects authorities such as ANSP’s and official entities, with drone operators. The company has now raised €17 million in its Series-B round of funding and here’s what you need to know about the startup.