Aeronyde Announces Strategic Alliance with Nanyang Technological University (NTU)

 L-R Dr. Kin Huat Low, Alexander Bilous, Edgar Muñoz, Professor Donald Bittar, Guy Newman

L-R Dr. Kin Huat Low, Alexander Bilous, Edgar Muñoz, Professor Donald Bittar, Guy Newman

Today, Aeronyde announced a strategic alliance with the Air Traffic Management Research Institution (ATMRI) at Nanyang Technological University. The two entities will work together to develop research into Traffic Management of Unmanned Aircraft System (TM-UAS).

Dr. Kin Huat Low, ATMRI’s leading professor and honorary GUTMA board member, said: “I believe that the collaboration with Aeronyde will energize the team members and in turn produce long term benefits to both parties. This partnership will provide an exciting opportunity for the TM-UAS team to transform development plans into reality”.

The alliance will focus on developing communications protocols and traffic management systems for unmanned aerial vehicles.

 

 Aeronyde CEO Edgar Muñoz uses a Hololens to visualise drone traffice over the Nanyang Technological University campus.

Aeronyde CEO Edgar Muñoz uses a Hololens to visualise drone traffice over the Nanyang Technological University campus.

Aeronyde Team