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

Ask the Expert – Phil Kenul

Ask the Expert – Phil Kenul

Find out more about our partnership collaboration with ASTM International through our interview with Phil Kenul, Chair of F38 UAS Committee.  Welcome to GUTMAs ‘Ask the Expert’ interview which provides our members with insights on ASTM and the shared...

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Meet Our Associate Members – Dr. Terrence Martin

Meet Our Associate Members – Dr. Terrence Martin

Welcome to GUTMA “Meet Our Members” interview series, where every month we will feature a different Member.  This month we speak to Dr. Terrence Martin, Project Director UTM Consortium Singapore, & Applied Research Lead at Nova Systems. Thank you, Terrence,...

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GUTMA welcomes the newly elected 2020-2022 Board

GUTMA welcomes the newly elected 2020-2022 Board

The Global UTM Association (GUTMA) today announced that its members have elected the new GUTMA Board for the two-year period from June 2020 through June 2022. The GUTMA members have also re-elected its Co-Presidents Reinaldo Negron, Head of UTM at Wing and Sebastian...

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