Airspace Link is now one step closer to its mission of building a Waze for drone pilots and supporting safe integration of drones into the national airspace.

The aviation solutions startup has just closed a $23 million Series B funding round, bringing the total amount of capital raised to $37 million. The rapidly expanding firm has also grown from 17 employees to nearly 50 since we last wrote about its $10 million Series A.

Buoyed by the fresh funding, Airspace Link says it wants to expand on its initiatives to support the safe scaling of drone usage by:

  • Delivering safe, performant, and neutral Supplemental Data Service Provider (SDSP) and UAS Service Supplier (USS) capabilities to enable the acceleration of UAS Traffic Management (UTM) ecosystems
  • Partnering with and supporting drone manufacturers, operators, software, and service providers
  • Expanding services globally, with partners like Thales Group and Esri, to support current customers’ expansion and new…