Recent press coverageJul 13, 2017 Kittyhawk hunts commercial drone market
The company sells its platform in a tiered “freemium” pricing model. Kittyhawk now has 32,000 users and 80,000 logged flights on its platform across a range of industries.Read article
“We are very cognizant that our data is sensitive. We have a lot of customers that have a mandate from the federal government because they are critical infrastructure that none of their data can be stored in China,” Ziering told Avionics in May.Read article
You want to fly your drone and you want to incorporate your mobile device into the experience, you’ll need to download some apps, but which should you get? Your drone manufacturer will have an app, but what else can you get your hands on, join us for a rundown some of the best drone apps.Read article
Real-time drone operations app provider Kittyhawk.io Inc. announced today the launch of its drone flight management platform Flight Deck. The Flight Deck platform seeks to lighten the load on commercial drone pilots by bringing in-flight controls and functions alongside Kittyhawk’s existing operations...Read article
On Thursday the FAA released an entirely new kind of map that will open up controlled airspace for drone pilots. To date, controlled airspace was a broad five-mile radius around an airport that restricted drone flight. The new three dimensional grids are less draconian. Instead of indiscriminate five-mile circles around an airport, actual flight paths and neighborhood...Read article
ExpoUAV - Planning for and Enabling a Global UTM System June 28, 2017
Inside Unmanned Systems - Kittyhawk Launches Flight Deck June 28, 2017
SUASNews - Kittyhawk puts the sexy in sectionals 8 June 2017
AUVSI - Kittyhawk releases Flight Deck for UAS May 19, 2017
For the first time in history you can be a pilot, and not be an aviator. How do we take something that’s been extremely complex and make it approachable for the average person with a drone? - Joshua Ziering, Co-founder Kittyhawk
At Kittyhawk, we believe the tools and software that power your drone operations should be as cool, innovative, and reliable as the aircraft you fly.
We're constantly expanding our platform and pushing new code to our APIs, web, and mobile apps to give pilots and commercial teams the best possible tools with the best possible data.