Drones safe integration into the airspace
Advanced air mobility
UTM digital platform
The idea of developing lower airspace over urban agglomerations for new types of
businesses has been actively discussed since the early 2000s and is gradually moving
into the implementation phase in various regions of the world, with expectations of
commercial operation in the 2030s.
The unifying name for projects aimed at increasing air mobility in urban agglomerations and between them has become the concept of Advanced Air Mobility or AAM.
This Concept of Operations (ConOps) focuses on Russia's AAM (or RuAM for short)
tasks related to Air Traffic Management (ATM) in metropolitan environments, implying
that the airspace used for RuAM operations, or part of it, is initially isolated to
accommodate RuAM-only flights, in order to keep risks at an acceptable level.
As the technology and legislative framework matures, the restrictions associated with
the segregation of RuAM flights from other aviation operations may be lifted.
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According to Arthur D Little, the global market for drone-assisted services may increase by 10 times by 2025 compared with 2019.
  • 20 million units
    Global sales by 2028
  • 32%
  • $64 billion
    The global market for drone-assisted services
We are lucky to live in the era of the emergence of smart cities and new generation urbanism. Just try to imagine the metropolis of the future. By 2035, hundreds and thousands of unmanned aerial vehicles per hour will hover over St. Petersburg and Moscow, sharing the airspace with manned aircraft and helicopters.

The safety of such intensive takeoff and landing operations will be ensured by Transport Infrastructure 3.0, similar to ground traffic.
The wide range of drone applications involves a large number of operators and remote pilots of completely different levels of training. The information and communication platform "Skyarc" makes it possible to use the airspace in urban agglomerations safely and efficiently.
  • Urban air mobility and logistics
    Contactless delivery of goods and cargo, service and technical support, solving problems of congestion of land traffic.
  • Healthcare
    Transportation of analyzes, medicines, personal protective equipment, monitoring of socially important facilities.
  • Safety&Security
    Monitoring and control of offenses in cities and suburbs, in rural areas, nature protection zones, etc.
  • Entertainment
    Aerial photography, tourism, concerts and shows.
  • ATC
    Automation of public services for the approval and issuance of flight permits, air traffic safety control.
  • Industry
    UAV fleet management of large corporations, monitoring of production sites, pipelines, power lines.
The number of unmanned aerial vehicles is growing rapidly around the world, increasing the requirements for urban airmobility. The airspace in megalopolises must withstand the load of thousands of simultaneously flying drones and small aircraft.
In new realities, to ensure the safety and efficiency of the use of the sky, an unmanned air traffic control system - UTM (Unmanned Air Traffic Management) appears. In Russia, such a solution is the Skyarc digital platform developed by the Aeroscript research center.


The Aeroscript Research Center is an innovative company that has combined the expertise of engineers in the area of air navigation and IT specialists in creating technologies for organizing safe unmanned air traffic, and in settlements to increase urban air mobility as well.
Resident of Skolkovo
Aeroscript R&D has become a resident of Skolkovo Foundation
The user of the UTM-system "Skyarc" can be an owner of a drone, an external pilot, commercial organizations that provide aviation services, and large corporations that have their own fleets of UAVs.
We invite all air traffic participants to cooperate.