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Brussels Airport and skeyes continue to explore the possible uses of drones at the airport with a second series of testing days. These test days specifically focus on the use of drones for bird control at the airport, to monitor the presence of birds and to direct them away from aircraft when necessary. The tests happen in safe conditions during normal operations and will have no impact on the air traffic.
Brussels Airport Company and skeyes signed today an agreement whereby Brussels Airport will become a 50% shareholder in SkeyDrone, a subsidiary of skeyes. SkeyDrone offers a range of services that enable safe and efficient drone operations. With this acquisition, Brussels Airport intends to play an active role in the drone technology developments and in the provision of drone services to various industries in Belgium and abroad.
Conditions for accessing UAS (Unmanned Aircraft System) geographical zones will be directly available on the Droneguide platform. skeyes further improves the service provided to drone users, in collaboration with the Belgian Civil Aviation Authority (BCAA) of the FPS Mobility and Transport. This will further enhance the safety of all airspace users.