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UTM Canada: Pioneers of Safety and Innovation in the Drone Sector

The drone market in Canada is growing rapidly, with thousands of devices in circulation across the country. According to Transport Canada, there has been a significant increase in the number of registered drones in recent years, reaching nearly 300,000 drones in 2023. This explosion in drone popularity presents incredible opportunities but also challenges when it comes to safety and security. regulation.

At UTM Canada, we specialize in developing advanced tools for drone operators and ultra-powerful systems to ensure the security of various establishments and specific sites. Our drone detection solution, designed here in Quebec, is at the cutting edge of technology and makes it possible to detect and neutralize potential threats.

Our UTM (Unmanned Traffic Management) technology is already in use in several Canadian airports, government services, as well as during large-scale events such as the National Bank Open, the largest tennis tournament in Canada taking place in Montreal . These successes demonstrate our ability to provide reliable and innovative solutions.

UTM Canada is proud to innovate in this high-tech field, contributing to the rapid advancement of the drone industry while providing top-notch safety. Canadian skies are much more crowded with drones than one might think, unfortunately leading to incidents near airports and causing disruption in prison environments.

Our systems are detecting an impressive number of drones in motion, highlighting the importance of having the appropriate tools to deal with this major development. As pioneers in the field, we understand the critical importance of aviation security and drone traffic management.

The photo illustrates drone detection on a single sensor for 30 days!

UTM Canada continues to deploy massively in Quebec and across Canada, establishing itself as a leader in the field of drone security and management. Our commitment to innovation and safety remains at the heart of our actions, aiming to make Canadian skies safer and the drone industry more advanced.

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