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Airspace Link Team Awarded Contract in Governor Whitmer’s Announcement of New Advanced State-Wide and Cross-Border Air Mobility Solutions

AirHub ™ Insights uses over 50 trusted and trusted datasets, including Esri GIS data, from federal, state, local, and third party owners, and transforms it into knowledge including government, private operators and end users need. This information is ultimately transformed into actionable data sets to inform planning, decision-making and operations, ensuring that UAS activities are safe, legal, and in harmony with the community.

Airspace Link has assembled a strong team which includes Thales, a leading provider of airspace management and air traffic control systems, CityFi, a transport planning consultancy and advisory group, Northern Plains UAS Test Site, a range of FAA-approved tests for advanced UAS. operations, Grand Sky Development Company, an economic and real estate development organization specializing in aviation fleets for UAS, and Aviation Innovations, a consulting firm with expertise in international aviation. This team will provide a comprehensive analysis leveraging Airspace Link’s data services, software and technology, as well as subject matter experts who will brief the Michigan State strategy and approach to establish this air mobility corridor. The study will examine potential economic impacts, applicable national and local zoning restrictions, environmental factors (such as social equity and noise considerations), impacts on travel and transportation networks.

“Cross-border partnership is essential in all dimensions of mobility, including air systems. Michigan and Ontario have a rich history of partnering on groundbreaking innovations and this Airspace Link project continues that tradition, “said Governor Whitmer.” Given the density of automotive suppliers, logistics companies, tech start-ups and consumers in the region, it is a natural fit to test this advanced aerial technology here. Vital research could lead to faster product deliveries and reduced supply chain disruptions in the future, helping us grow that of Michigan economy and put the Michiganders first. ”

The newly formed partnership with Airspace Link and their team will develop a feasibility analysis as a first step in establishing the infrastructure required to support a range of advanced commercial and public air mobility use cases.

“We knew Michigan would be a great place to start our business with its deep roots in mobility and have continued to see extraordinary growth for our business in this state, ”said Michel Healer, CEO of Airspace Link. “The drive to embrace new technologies and advances from the public and private sectors has been essential to fueling our success and placing Michigan as the first choice for these types of technological pilots and new infrastructures. “

Last year, Airspace Link announced that it had completed a 10 million dollars Series A capital increase with Altos Ventures, a start-up investor based in the Bay area, as well as Thales, the leading supplier of air traffic management systems that manage 40% of the world’s airspace, and a global technology leader with operations in more than 68 countries.

The company is headed by the CEO Michel Healer with the founding members Ana Healander and Daniel Bradshaw, who grew the Detroit-team based at 32 full-time employees over the past year and has developed partnerships with more than forty-five government agencies and municipalities in United States to implement AirHub ™ platform from Airspace Link for drone infrastructure.

About Airspace Link, Inc:

Airspace Link’s vision is to create a world where the safe integration of drones fuels human progress, advancing social equity, the environment and the economy. Founded in Detroit in 2018 by CEO Michael Healander, Airspace Link is one of the few UAS service providers approved by the FAA for Low Altitude Clearance and Notification (LAANC) capability. Airspace Link’s cloud-based platform, AirHub ™, provides the digital infrastructure necessary to support the safe use of recreational and commercial drone use in large-scale communities, supporting the growth in drone operations, drone service providers, drone manufacturers, parcel delivery and air transport. deployment of taxis in the future. Visit

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