Drone Assist, a popular drone flight planning and approval app in the UK, has received a new update to give users a greater understanding of airspace restrictions and NOTAMs (Notice to Aviators).

According to Unified Traffic Management (UTM) technology provider Altitude Angel — the brain behind Drone Assist — the new features have been made possible through an update to the company’s own airspace data processing.

Essentially, the app now publishes remarks for all “Danger, Prohibited, and Restricted Areas” based on details supplied by relevant authorities. You can now expect more detailed information about the timing, nature of the hazard, type of restriction, and authority contact details.

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The second update, meanwhile, addresses some additional NOTAM categories. Altitude Angel says it continuously reviews the type of NOTAMs it publishes through its platform,…


Source: dronedj.com