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October 2019, PANSA UTM - Creotech – Aerobits: ADS-B Ground Station System

On October 15th 2019, PANSA has signed an agreement with Creotech Instruments for supply of ground and airborne ADS-B infrastructure to be used with UTM system in Poland. System uses a network of ground based ADS-B receivers and plug&play ADS-B transceivers, TR-1W. Aerobits provides the OEM modules for the ...

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September 2019 - Aerobits and Droniq signs MoU at Intergeo

Aerobits, a developer of air traffic control technologies for unmanned aerial systems (UAS), has announced that it has signed a memorandum of understanding with German UTM (unmanned traffic management) company Droniq to develop European standards for UTM drone tracking hardware. Currently, there are no such technica ...

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June 2019 - Aerobits signs long-term support and co-operation agreement with R-SYS (subsidiary of ERA)

On June 10th, companies have signed a 5 year support and cooperation agreement for supply of Aerobits mainstream products as well as airport support systems. This bespoke design includes apron vehicle tracking system called AVCoR which directly connects to the R-SYS visualisation system to display ADS-B nearby traff ...

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March 2019 - Aerobits at WATMC 2019

Aerobits lands at world’s largest traffic management event. Please visit our booth 1308 to see the latest propositions from our company in terms of OEM solutions for the ground and air infrastructure as well as portable system fr rap ...

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February 2019 - TR-1W transceiver approved by NASA for TCL4 tests

After teaming-up with NIAS in December 2018, a final green light from NASA has been given to TR-1W transceiver to take part in the TCL4 exercise. Teams from Poland and USA will be equipped with Aerobits modules.

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January 2019 - ISO 9001:2015 certification

Aerobits has been officially awarded ISO 9001:2015 certification to improve internal production procedures.

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December 2018 - Teaming up with NIAS

In December 2018 Aerobits has signed a strategic teaming agreement with NIAS to commercialize Aerobits products in the USA. Main focus will be to include TR-1W transceiver in the TCL4 NASA UTM tests in Reno, Nevada.

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November 2018 - CAA and AIRWAYS New Zealand

As a key provider of the Micro ADS-B solutions in the world Aerobits has been invited by the New Zealand local authorities, CAA and AIRWAYS company to run bench tests as part of the UTM architecture in the South Pacific. The aim of this task is to validate the use of Aerobits products in both UAS as well as ground i ...

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October 2018 - Aerobits has been granted first Patent in the USA

To secure the core of the companies technology, Aerobits has filled 4 patent applications in EU and USA. We are pleased to announce the the first patent, for the unique way of FPGA InTheLoop TM fusion has been granted to Aerobits by the US patent office!!! We are looking forward to the other application coming throu ...

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October 2018 - Aerobits Sp. z o.o. - FLARM technology Ltd. partnership

Aerobits makes step forward in assimilation of unmanned traffic into civil and General aviation. Aerobits Poland has signed strategic co-operation agreement with FLARM Technology Ltd., specializing in production of anti-collision systems for General aviation. The aim of this work is miniaturization of the fusion of ...

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Projects

Umowa o dofinansowanie Projektu "Podniesienie konkurencyjności firmy Aerobits poprzez zwiększenie jej potencjału eksportowego" Nr RPZP.01.15.00-32-004/17-00 w ramach Regionalnego Programu Operacyjnego Województwa Zachodniopomorskiego 2014-2020 Oś Priorytetowa 1 "Gospodarka, Innowacje, Nowoczesne Technologie" Działanie 1.15 "Wsparcie kooperacji przedsiębiorstw"

Umowa o dofinansowanie Projektu "Uzyskanie międzynarodowej ochrony patentowej 2 wynalazków Aerobits Sp. z o.o." Nr POIR.02.03.04-32-0001/17-00 w ramach poddziałania 2.3.4 "Ochrona własności przemysłowej" Programu Opercyjnego Inteigenty Rozwój, 2014-2020 współfinansowanego za środków Europejskiego Funduszu Rozwoju Regionalnego. Całkowity koszt realizacji projektu wynosi 345 444,00 PLN, przyznanego dofinansowania 147 100,00 PLN.

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