The Global UTM Association (GUTMA) is a non-profit consortium of worldwide Unmanned Aircraft Systems Traffic Management (UTM) stakeholders. Its purpose is to foster the safe, secure and efficient integration of drones in national airspace systems. Its mission is to support and accelerate the transparent implementation of globally interoperable UTM systems. GUTMA members collaborate remotely.

Map of UTM initiatives

GUTMA’s interactive map of UTM initiatives and test sites, is a Wiki-style project, open for contributions. The goal is to provide an overview of current UTM implementations worldwide. Join and add more items to grow and keep the map up-to-date!

Open-source GUTMA works

Check out GUTMA’s protocols and open-source projects on Github. Feel free to do a technical review, submit your feedback, or adopt our protocols designed with harmonised, technology-agnostic, free market approach in UTM.

Our Members

GUTMA members are distributed across 25+ countries and  7 activities: Air navigation service providers,  Infrastructure and data providers, UAS manufacturers, UAS operators, UTM service providers, as well as regulatory bodies and research institutes.

Latest Posts

The 2019 Connected Skies issue

The 2019 Connected Skies issue

by Christopher Korodyfirst appeared in Dronin’ On June 26, 2019 Hi all – Nice to hear from so many of you about the June 6th issue – no, I am not “back” but I am having fun. As those of you who read the “The RID riddle” issue know, this issue is...

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2019 GUTMA General Assembly & new Board of Directors

2019 GUTMA General Assembly & new Board of Directors

The Global UTM Association recently held its third General Assembly. Over the past year, the association has grown close to 70 members, representing 27 countries worldwide, and continued its ambitious journey towards worldwide recognition. Now, GUTMA is seen as the...

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