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The InterUSS Project seeks to advance uncrewed aviation through industry collaboration, open standards, and interoperability among all uncrewed aircraft.


What We Do

The InterUSS Platform provides a forum for collaboration and development of standards-compliant, open source implementations that facilitate communication in the UTM/U-space environment.

How We Do It

Fosters industry collaboration

Accelerates adoption of unmanned aviation

Facilitates cross-border harmonization

Supports pace of innovation for diverse market of UAS services

Demonstrates standards for interoperability

Why Join Us?

As an InterUSS Platform member, you will help shape the future of interoperability and standardization through democratized participation.


Amsterdam Drone Week 2024

The InterUSS Platform will be present at Amsterdam Drone Week, where it will be featured in the session: 'Global regulator perspectives: digital tools implemented to satisfy airspace requirements'. The session will happen on 16 April, and Outreach Committee representative Amanda Boekholt (FOCA) will share more on automated testing.

InterUSS featured on Airspace Magazine: ‘Uncrewed operations have arrived’

2024 is the year that uncrewed flights are officially taking off, but can we share the skies safely? Airspace Magazine interviewed Chris Clark of InterUSS Platform on building trust and leveraging open-source automated testing tech for strategic conflict detection in a busy drone and eVTOL future.