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Virtual Platform Launch

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September 28, 2020

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Airspace Link  

Detroit,  MI 
United States
  • Booth: Virtual Booth

Welcome to Airspace Link for governments and pilots!

Airspace Link’s AirHub platform provides UAS pilots with up to date information about ground risk associated with their operations and airspace regulations when planning and executing their missions. AirHub facilitates a data exchange with FAA, State and Local government authorities and the drone pilot community to support safer UAS operations. Airspace Link can also expose key features and services to developers through our APIs.

 Show Specials

  • Start your AirHub for Government free 6 month trial and help safely integrate drones into our national airspace and into your communities.

    What’s Included in the Free Trial?

    • AirHub for Government – Standard Package, which includes the following:
      • Ability to establish advisories for all types of incidents, assigning different risk profiles to areas throughout the community to provide local insight to drone operators.
      • Preloaded base hazard and risk dataset(s)
      • Ability to publish authoritative static and dynamic advisories into AirHub for Pilots 
      • Unlimited number of AirHub of Pilot accounts and unlimited number of LAANC authorizations 
    • Single Sign On capability with AirHub for Pilots (our flight planning and authorization solution for pilots)

 Press Releases

  • September 14, 2020

    The Detroit Region Aerotropolis is a four-community, two-county, public-private economic development partnership driving corporate expansion and new investment around Detroit Metro and Willow Run Airports. The Aerotropolis is the premiere location for greenfield expansion in Southeast Michigan, offering 6,000 acres of development-ready land centered in a world-class network of transportation infrastructure. With two world class airports, access to three major interstates and five Class-A rail lines, the Detroit Region Aerotropolis is a prime location for global companies to build, expand, or develop.

    To stay competitive, the Aerotropolis region recently deployed the Airspace Link low altitude drone infrastructure to its local communities and airports to support the safe use of recreational and commercial drone use in the region. These capabilities provide a new type of Smart City mobility infrastructure supporting the growth of drone operations, drone service providers, drone manufacturing, package delivery and air taxi in the future.

    Read the full case study here.

    Case Study

    Mobility has become as much about bits and bytes as it is about physical infrastructure. In smart cities, integrated mobility systems that include shared mobility services and autonomous vehicles, the Internet of Things, and advanced analytics enable people and goods to move faster, safer, cheaper and cleaner. Drones, also referred to as unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), encompass both the unmanned vehicle itself along with the ground-based controller and the system connecting the two.

    Today, the uses and applications of UAS are increasing and diversifying. This expansion is enabled by technological advances, policy changes, and significant cost reduction in parts and manufacturing. In addition to recreational drone use, UAS and UAV are used across our Nation to support firefighting and search and rescue operations, to monitor and assess critical infrastructure, to provide disaster relief by transporting emergency medical supplies to remote locations and to aid efforts to secure our borders.


    In late December 2018, Gatwick Airport suspended all flights due to drone activity. The drone disrupted pre-Christmas flights in and out of London’s Gatwick airport for 33 hours costing airlines an estimated $64.5 million. The reports caused major disruption, affecting approximately 140,000 passengers and 1,000 flights. This was a major wake-up call for airports and surrounding communities. Detroit Aerotropolis Region wanted to take action to better understand the risk of drones near the airport while supporting the growth of the industry.

    The region is also seeking to promote economic growth and a high standard of living for its citizens by staying competitive and truly offering something that other communities can’t offer today. The Detroit Aerotropolis implemented a strategic plan to support the establishment of a low altitude drone infrastructure in its region.


    The challenge was how to integrate Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), local Air Traffic Control (ATC), state, local governments and the drone industry into one centralized and standardized system, to ensure the safest possible conditions for vehicles in the air and people on the ground. With the growth of drone activity, a new system of traffic control is needed in the skies above. Although entities, such as the FAA in the United States, have long had protocols for maximizing safety for manned aircraft, managing millions of drones in low altitude is a new challenge.


    The data will build a synergetic relationship by developing an automated system to inform operators about avoiding high risk areas and allow communities to understand the underlying demand of local commercial UAS activity.


  • AirHub for Government
    Cloud based drone platform focused exclusively on the needs of local and state government. With AirHub, you are adding local governance into the tools drone pilots use to plan and authorize recreational or commercial operations within the community....

  • AirHub helps Government users: 

    + Communicate advisories to alert drone operators of special events

    + Easily integrate data from existing GIS databases to communicate ground risk to drone operators

    + Understand where and when UAS operations are occurring throughout their jurisdiction

    + Plan for the future of advanced air mobility by leveraging

    What are the benefits to your community?

    Drone operations are occurring in your community every day, but can you answer the question of when and where? How do you communicate to the drone industry at-large when there is an ongoing active emergency area? How do you take a stance of economic opportunity for businesses within the community while maintaining a suite of KPIs and operational understanding?

    From a consolidated dashboard, view the activities and key performance indicators most vital to meeting your organization’s objectives. Airspace Link provides proactive tools to help you design for the needs of your community’s airspace.

    Click here to learn more.

  • AirHub for Pilots
    Our mission is to make you successful on your LAANC journey. As an FAA UAS Service Supplier for LAANC, Airspace Link can help you create and submit authorizations to operate drones in controlled airspace below 400′....

  • Key Features of AirHub for Pilots

    + Readily available to drone pilots across U.S. today.

    + Connected to over 1,000 airports.

    + FAA approved LAANC USS Provider for Part 107 near real time authorization.

    + Airspace Link is one of six companies that can provide this service publicly on the FAA website.

    + Requests are checked against multiple airspace data sources in the FAA UAS Data Exchange such as UAS Facility Maps, Special Use Airspace data, Airports and Airspace Classes, Temporary Flight Restrictions (TFRs), and Notices to Airmen (NOTAMs).

    + Provides route planning, operational awareness, advisory mapping, risk and risk mitigation tools.

    + AirHub for Pilots integrates local advisories and community based authoritative data from integrated

    + AirHub for Government connected communities.

    It’s easy! Airspace Link supplies LAANC services by directly integrating them into our AirHub™ for Pilots app. Just create your pilot account, log in and get started!

    Sign up for free here.

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