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by DRONELIFE Staff Writer Ian M. Crosby

The government of the United Kingdom has chosen Altitude Angel as a representative of the nation at the upcoming World of Drones & Robotics Congress.

The World of Drones & Robotics Congress, formerly The World Drone Congress, is in its fifth year, and for the first time will expand the scope of the event to include the robotics field as well.  The Congress is set to take place August 18th through 19th of 2021 in Brisbane, Australia. The World of Drones & Robotics Congress (WoDaRC) is the largest drone and robotics applications congress in the Asia Pacific region, bringing together drones, robotics, and autonomous systems’ business representatives, pilots, manufacturers, developers, and academics, both domestic and international. Those in attendance are given the opportunity to connect, collaborate and co-create with one another.

As one of the ten businesses selected to represent the United Kingdoms, Altitude Angel will have a reserved position in the Department for International Trade’s virtual pavilion.  Congress attendees, virtual and physical alike, will have the chance to speak with Altitude Angel’s team. Here, they will be able to learn about the company’s award-winning technology and its deployments in the field, as well as its work and partnerships with enterprise customers, development platforms and air navigation service providers (ANSPs).

CEO and founder, Richard Parker, stated: “It’s an honour for Altitude Angel to represent the UK at the World of Drones & Robotics Congress. The Congress will provide us with a superb platform on which we’re able to showcase our market-leading platform to key stakeholders in the Asia Pacific region, an area which has traditionally been early to trial, adopt and deploy cutting edge technology.”

The company’s award winning Guardian UTM allows manufacturers to create safer and compliant drones which can be easily integrated into airspace in over 80 countries. Their software powers some of the world’s leading ANSPs, aviation authorities and Enterprises, including LVNL (Netherlands) and Avinor (Norway), providing them with new capabilities to manage drone traffic safely..

Altitude Angel’s developer platform can be accessed at

  Ian attended Dominican University of California, where he received a BA in English in 2019. With a lifelong passion for writing and storytelling and a keen interest in technology, he is now contributing to DroneLife as a staff writer.


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