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NTU to develop drone traffic management

Move driven by expected rise in drone service demand and drop in drone costs

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To regulate UAV traffic, one solution is establishing coordinating stations, which would be able to track UAVs in the air, schedule traffic flow, monitor speed and ensure a safe distance between UAVs.

Singapore

RESEARCHERS at Nanyang Technological University (NTU) have embarked on a four-year programme to develop a traffic management system for drones to ensure the safe usage of Singapore's airspace.

The programme, which began in August, will focus on areas such as smart and

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