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Managing a fleet of drones for bigger mission? This is what you need…

“Unity is strength… when there is teamwork and collaboration, wonderful things can be achieved.” – Mattie J.T. Stepanek With aerial robots such as drones to our help, fleet of drones are helping civilisations achieve larger and tedious operations with ease. Here are some examples: During Covid-19 lockdown, police departments from across nations wanted to have surveillance of larger areas using multiple drones to monitor the situation on ground from a single command centre. Delivery companies want to cater to multiple deliveries simultaneously in

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Are you getting the Permission Artefacts Manually? Really?…

DGCA (Director General of Civil Aviation) has defined NPNT i.e. No Permission No Take-off as mandatory compliance for all RPA’s in India. One of the fantastic architectural concepts of NPNT framework is the capability of RPA to take permission in digital format using digital certificate keys. This permission is called as Permission Artefact (PA). Digital certificate is used for securing data between Digital Sky and RPA. The digital certificate is used to sign the data and then encrypt/decrypt the data.

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How RFM and UTM can collaborate for smooth Drone Traffic Operations?

UTM stands for “UAS Traffic Management”. It is a specialized ecosystem for management of air traffic for UAVs in combination with Air Traffic Management system. While RFM stands for Registered Flight Module Provider as per DGCA Guidance Manual section #1.3-page number 34. Both the entities have clear-cut roles to play and cannot be combined together. The purpose of UTM is to manage entire air traffic for UAS (Unmanned Aircraft System) and the purpose of RFM is to manage the actual flights

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To comply with NPNT, how many software’s & hardware’s do you need for flying a drone?

DGCA (Director General of Civil Aviation) has defined a NPNT i.e. No Permission No Take-off as mandatory compliance for all RPA in India. One of the fantastic architectural concepts of NPNT framework is capability of RPA to take permission in digital format using digital certificate keys. Digital certificate is used for securing data between Digital Sky and RPA. The digital certificate is used to sign the data and then encrypt/decrypt the data. This end to end secure communication of data

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How to register a drone to comply with NPNT process?

In this video we first take you through the expectations laid down by DGCA in the guidance manual. After explaining it, we show you how you can easily comply with the NPNT process that involves drone registration. In this video we show you: Ease of drone/RPA registration, Ease of drone/RPA management through management server, Ease of customer management and RPA allocation, Seamless NPNT process with Level 1 compliance and more… For your reference, in this video you are seeing the AeroGCS NPNT compliant Ground Control

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Can NPNT solution be a onetime solution?…Definitely Not!

NPNT or No Permission No Take-off is a mandatory compliance for all RPA’s in India defined by DGCA. This initiative to safeguard the skies is considered bold but an essential step, which has also been appreciated authorities from across the globe. It’s essential from a national security standpoint! Therefore different players from the Indian drone eco-system are trying to meet the compliance needs with the help of RFM providers in India. Use of digital certificate in NPNT process makes the

What is the Difference between Hardware & Software NPNT Solution & their impact on flight performance?

DGCA (Director General of Civil Aviation) has defined a NPNT i.e. No Permission No Take-off as mandatory compliance for all RPA in India. One of the fantastic architectural concepts of NPNT framework is capability of RPA to take permission in digital format using digital certificate keys. The Digital Sky and RPA requires an active Digital certificate for data security. The digital certificate is used to sign the data and encrypt/decrypt it. This end-to-end secure communication of data is meant to

What is an RFM Provider and its role in NPNT?

The definition of an RFM (Registered Flight Module) provider can be found in DGCA guidance manual in section #1.3 at page #34. As per DGCA, Registered Flight Module Provider is used to refer an RPAS manufacturer or any agency who has partnered with the drone manufacturer to manage digital certificates and related software/security aspects of the registered flight module. Let’s understand it in detail. A primary and the most critical role in NPNT is of the RFM provider.

Is NPNT Compliance a Burden? Think Again…

DGCA (Director General of Civil Aviation) has defined NPNT i.e. No Permission No Take-off as a mandatory compliance for all RPA’s in India. As part of this compliance, the RPA must seek permission from the Digital Sky platform for each flight before take-off.  The permission is granted in the form of Permission Artefact (PA) from the Digital Sky platform. Primarily, NPNT has following three functions. Permission Control – As part of Permission Artefact, the RPA gets geo-fence within which the RPA must

Drone Robots Assisting Governments Mitigate Covid-19 Pandemic across the Globe

The wide spread impact of the Corona virus pandemic on people, economies and governments across the globe isn’t hidden from anyone. Governments, medical fraternity, health organisations are facing the highest magnitude of stress during the current health crisis. Tech-enabled solutions are helping ease the pressure to some extent. And drone robots along with AI, ML, Big Data are a few technologies that are assisting Governments fight the pandemic. The key to tackle the outbreak is Find, Quarantine, Treat and Isolate people.