Introduction

Aerobridge is management server to help you with your drone flights and operations. With Aerobridge your GCS, Drones and Pilots interface with your company's digital infrastructure in a standardized fashion and be in compliance with the regulatory requirements around operating drones.

How can Aerobridge help you?

If you are a drone manufacturer, operator or just a researcher, you can benefit by adopting Aerobridge in your operational stack:

Test drive 🚀


Webinar and pilot program ✨

We work with drone manufacturers and operators to enable them to become compliant by regular onboarding run through our canary program. You can find out more about this on our regular webinar.

Get Involved

Aerobridge is fully open source and you can get involved by participating in our weekly calls and our Slack channel: Request access here. Whether you are a drone enthusiast or an expert, join our community to shape the future of drone flights. There are many benefits of participation:

Technical Details

This is an open source implementation of the "Manufacturer's Management Server" to help with key signing and managing interactions with external APIs. This server can be deployed to any public and private cloud and be used to manage communication.

Aerobridge Stack

Aerobridge provides the following toolset, you can use them independently or together:

Flexibility without complexity

The Aerobridge project provides a "full-stack" operations management platform with advanced security and data storage and analytics. You can deploy Aerobridge to professionally run operations for your company.

Aerobridge Server Aerobridge Trusted Flight (GCS / Mavlink) Aerobridge Flyer 1 (F1)
Manage drone fleet and users
Supply chain transperancy and parts management
Flight permissions and flight logs (trusted flight module)
Integration with ArduPilot, PX4 (coming shortly)
Drone hardware (F1)

LICENSE

Aerobridge is licensed under a BSL license popularized by other products such as CockroachDB and Sentry. Basically, it means the following:

In other words, if you want to host / run Aerobridge inside your company for your own operations, you are free to do so without any concerns or restrictions. If you want to offer services to third parties using a release of Aerobridge the opensource project that is less than two years old, you will need an agreement from Openskies.

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