Dynamic Airspace Sharing: Creating Space to Save Time
Airspace Data’s revolutionary service optimizes the use of available airspace, reducing time, fuel, carbon emissions, and costs for commercial carriers and business aviation. Dynamic Airspace Sharing solves the complex challenges around special use and special activity airspace, maximizing the benefit for the military, civil aviation, and the environment.
Why Dynamic Airspace Sharing?
Reducing time, fuel, carbon emissions, and cost.
Immediate Status Sharing
With 25% of the busiest airspace in the world designated for military use, optimizing its usage is crucial. Dynamic Airspace Sharing automates data sharing to support more efficient flight routing, ensuring airspace is utilized to its maximum potential.
By reducing flight times and fuel consumption, we can massively reduce CO2 emissions right now. We started flying in June and have helped the airlines reduce emissions by a million pounds!
Airspace Data’s service will save commercial carriers up to $1 billion annually in operating expenses and 3 billion pounds of carbon, with no reduction in military training or readiness.
Automating Data Sharing to Optimize Airspace
For Military Controllers
Streamlined communication from military ranges to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and commercial aviation so status is where it needs to be when it needs to be there.
Empower the Department of Defense (DoD) and Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) with real-time airspace usage, flight tracking, and communications, enhancing overall airspace management.
Commercial and business aviation users can access real-time data feeds to optimize flight routes, improving operational efficiency and saving costs.
Military Airspace Requesting
Simplifies the process for requesting civilian airspace for military training needs, minimizing disruptions for National Airspace (NAS) users.
We build and deploy technology that provides precise, timely data for flight planning and execution, enabling dynamic airspace sharing between the FAA and the U.S. military.