INVOLI, a leading provider of cooperative air traffic surveillance solutions, is thrilled to announce its partnership with MatrixSpace, an expert in non-cooperative air traffic detection. This partnership marks a significant milestone in aviation safety and surveillance technology.

By combining INVOLI’s cooperative air traffic detection capabilities with MatrixSpace’s expertise in non-cooperative air traffic detection, customers can now access unparalleled traffic awareness through a single platform or API. This integration provides simplicity and cost-effectiveness previously unattainable in the industry.

INVOLI specializes in detecting cooperative air traffic for aircraft surveillance data, while MatrixSpace excels in detecting non-cooperative air traffic using its miniaturized primary radar technology. Integrating these two cutting-edge hardware products allows for complete air traffic surveillance in a single deployment. MatrixSpace Radar offers robust situational awareness of airborne and ground-based objects, regardless of lighting and weather conditions. This facilitates highly accurate drone detection and Counter Unmanned Aircraft System (CUAS) capabilities, Beyond Visual Line of Sight (BVLOS) flight for uncrewed, autonomous, and tethered aircraft, and overall general aviation safety. MatrixSpace Radar is a very low SWaP-C (size, weight, power, and cost), requires no additional infrastructure and is deployable in minutes without specialist training.

“This collaboration between INVOLI and MatrixSpace represents a significant advancement in air traffic surveillance technology,” said Manu Lubrano, CEO of INVOLI. “By merging our respective strengths, we empower our customers with comprehensive and seamless air traffic awareness, ultimately enhancing safety and efficiency in various operational contexts.”

Echoing Manu’s sentiments, Lori DeMatteis, CRO of MatrixSpace, added, “Our partnership with INVOLI enables us to offer a holistic solution that meets the evolving aviation industry needs. Together, we are revolutionizing air traffic surveillance by providing a unified platform for detecting both cooperative and non-cooperative air traffic.”

This integrated solution is poised to transform various sectors, including beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) drone operations and the surveillance of sensitive sites such as prisons and energy infrastructure. The ability to detect both cooperative and non-cooperative air traffic in one deployment opens up new possibilities for enhanced safety and security across diverse applications.

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