Skyward Is Charting the Future of Drone Connectivity
Today, Skyward customers use drones as a tool for doing business. But in the near future, we believe that drones will touch just about every aspect of urban life. That’s why our Aviation Network Technology team is devoted to the future of universal traffic management, connected aviation on the nation's largest wireless network, and much more.
Drones have the capability to solve some of humanity’s most pressing problems — if we can scale them efficiently. To do that, we are working to harmonize technologies and advocating for sensible airspace regulations.
For drones to transfer data, access and share airspace with other aircraft, fly autonomously, and achieve maximum productivity, they must be connected to networks at all times — no matter where they are.
We already have the technology and infrastructure needed to maximize the capabilities of UAS. Our goal is to harness drones, operating systems, and the Verizon network so they can all work together.
Verizon, Skyward, Wing, and Others Demonstrate Network-Based Drone Remote Identification
Verizon and Skyward, A Verizon company, along with a working group of other drone companies, successfully demonstrated network-based remote identification of drones with the InterUSS Platform. This demonstration included seven drones flying use cases including infrastructure inspection, delivery, and recreational flights.Read more
Beyond Visual Line of Sight Flight Test Over 4G LTE
The Near Future of Connected Drones: Strategic Planning for Enterprises
When drones are widely connected to wireless networks, the transformative capabilities of drones can be unlocked in ways that will change many aspects of our society. With all these changes coming so quickly, it can be confusing to set up a drone program ready to adapt to tomorrow's technology and regulatory advances, while still producing today's deliverables and ROI.