This paper presents a software application to derive system specifications for drones operating inside the future Unmanned Traffic Management system. It describes a software tool able to support the decision-making process, which is aimed at defining drone configurations that are customized on mission needs while accounting for requirements related to flight authorization. This tool is dedicated to support drone end users to find out the most appropriate configuration for a drone system used to carry out a specific mission. The tool aims at developing a standard approach to find out a suitable solution in terms of equipment to be used and operation framework, also in view of automatic authorization procedures by regulation entities. It can be used in a future intelligent transportation system for drones. The advantage is the reduction of the effort to manage the large number of different drone mission conditions.

A standardized approach to derive system specifications for drones operating in the future UTM scenario

FONTANELLA, RITA;VETRELLA, AMEDEO RODI;FASANO, GIANCARMINE;ACCARDO, DOMENICO;SCHIANO LO MORIELLO, ROSARIO;ANGRISANI, LEOPOLDO;
2017

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This paper presents a software application to derive system specifications for drones operating inside the future Unmanned Traffic Management system. It describes a software tool able to support the decision-making process, which is aimed at defining drone configurations that are customized on mission needs while accounting for requirements related to flight authorization. This tool is dedicated to support drone end users to find out the most appropriate configuration for a drone system used to carry out a specific mission. The tool aims at developing a standard approach to find out a suitable solution in terms of equipment to be used and operation framework, also in view of automatic authorization procedures by regulation entities. It can be used in a future intelligent transportation system for drones. The advantage is the reduction of the effort to manage the large number of different drone mission conditions.
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