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August 18th, 2021
AirData and UgCS New Integration

Today, SPH Engineering and AirData UAV have announced a new partnership to offer pilots a seamless and simple way to track and manage their fleets by automatically synchronizing flight data from SPH Engineering’s UgCS to AirData.

“Thanks to the new AirData and UgCS integration, our pilots are able to focus on the task at hand knowing the flight logs are being seamlessly monitored and archived. With both AirData and UgCS offering unique capabilities and with a minimal learning curve for our pilots, the simple to use integration has become a part of our daily operations,” said John Cannon, Data Collection Director, PrecisionHawk.

SPH Engineering and AirData have worked closely to provide an easy-to-use and automatic method to synchronize flight logs with AirData. The new integration will transmit detailed and comprehensive flight information from UgCS and will leverage AirData’s crash prevention algorithms, pilot and equipment alerting, as well as maintenance tracking with no manual steps required.

“We are excited to partner with SPH Engineering and provide our customers with the ability to utilize the advanced and dynamic capabilities of UgCS in their drone operations, all while reducing flight risk, maximizing automation, and maintaining compliance with AirData,” said Eran Steiner, founder and CEO of AirData.

“I am delighted to see the result of our R&D partnership with AirData UAV. Together we have advanced a method to synchronize flight data and maintain sustainable and safe data collection and processing, ” said Alexey Dobrovolskiy, CTO, SPH Engineering.

To benefit from the integration, download the AirData UgCS sync utility to users’ desktops. Launch the utility and follow the simple instructions available here: https://app.airdata.com/wiki/Help/UgCS