We are thrilled to announce a significant milestone in our ongoing efforts to shape the future of UTM. The ASTM Focus Group has officially accepted GUTMA’s recommendations and updated the mapping of ASTM standards F3411-22a and F3548-21 accordingly.

This accomplishment stems from the work of the GUTMA Task Force co-led by ANRA and Wing, and featuring 20 GUTMA Members representing several companies, including Airwayz, ANGOKA, Heron AirBridge, HHLA, High Lander, NEC, TII and TruWeather Solutions. The Task Force carried out a thorough review of the ASTM mapping of standards F3411-22a and F3548-21 to the U-space regulation, ensuring alignment and coherence within the evolving UTM landscape.

As part of our commitment to transparency and collaboration, GUTMA is pleased to share and publish the new ASTM mapping addressing the comments and recommendations of our Task Force. The ASTM mapping demonstrates that the relevant standards meet U-space Service Provider (USSP) interoperability requirements for the following services:

  • The Network identification service;
  • The UAS flight authorisation service; and
  • The Conformance monitoring service.

These resources are now publicly available for download here.

Our sincere appreciation goes to all involved parties for their dedication and collaborative spirit. Together, we continue to pave the way for innovation and harmonization in the realm of unmanned aviation.

This achievement not only signifies the global recognition of GUTMA’s work but also underscores the impactful contributions our Members make to advancing the UTM ecosystem. If you wish to launch your own Task Force, please fill this form.

Task Forces are a Members-only initiative, please contact us at secretariat@gutma.org to become a Member.

Stay tuned for more updates on GUTMA’s initiatives and opportunities for engagement.