Indra is to collaborate with the University of South-Eastern Norway and Andoya Space Centre in Pilot-T unmanned aircraft system traffic management (UTM) tests that are set to conclude in 2021.
Pilot-T is co-funded by the Norwegian government as it seeks to implement UTM as a method of enabling cleaner transport.
Ingolv Bru, business development manager at Indra, suggested that “an efficient transport system based on drones, and particularly autonomous drones, could reduce CO 2 emissions” by replacing land-based, fossil fuel-reliant transport.
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