Autonomous Aerial Systems
Melbourne, Florida, United States United States
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Company description

Aeronyde is building the world’s safest, most-robust, and secure Unmanned Aircraft System Traffic Management (UTM) system for all Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs).

Today there is no regulated urban traffic management system in place for low-altitude UAVs that people and cities can trust.

Aeronyde’s UTM "traffic management" ecosystem ensures UAVs are manned in a safe, transparent and secure way. With thousands of hours of testing and data from top organizations including NASA and (add partners here) Aeronyde has insights that no other company has today.

With Aeronyde, UAVs are capable of performing complicated tasks on their own, and avoiding hazards such as flocks of birds, buildings, power lines, weather, and other UAVs.   

Aeronyde’s system is also unique in its triple redundancy, distributed network to ensure robust communications and cybersecurity.

Aeronyde UTM systems are rigorously tested at two separate locations (Virginia, Florida)



Business model

Aeronyde Corporation is building a fully autonomous, unmanned traffic management system (UTM) to ensure commercial unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) - commonly known as drones - can fly in a safe, transparent and secure way in urban areas.

Aeronyde has strategic partnerships with IBM Watson, iSENSYS, JASTech, Unifly, and other industry innovators to develop an end-to-end system of vehicles and software.

Aeronyde is focused on robust safety testing and will license their System-as-a-Service to public and private groups.

Aeronyde collaborates with government, local law enforcement, states and cities to customize and deploy end-to-end Autonomous Aerial Systems (AAS) to suit specific uses and needs. Aeronyde is a member of The Global UTM Association (GUTMA).

Competitive advantage

Located on Florida’s “Space Coast”, Aeronyde is unique within the UAV market because it’s the only company focused on full autonomy, and offers Unmanned Aircraft System Traffic Management (UTM) system technology in a “System-as-a-Service” model.