Therefore, we have created a platform for all airspace users. An airspace occupancy modelling solution, anti-collision SkyControl as an airborne lifesaving Yanosik, and an on-board electronic mechanic and also a black box for small aircraft – Aircraft Manager. An accompanying solution in the implementation of normal and emergency procedures and supporting diagnostics and failure prediction.
Our solution addresses the critical needs for increased safety, comfort and growth of the rapidly growing non-commercial aviation market and emerging new users, as well as regulatory changes such as the creation of a common U-space integrating manned and unmanned, drone traffic.
What we do?
We accompany you and help you make optimal decisions during every phase of the air operation
We provide well-designed and high-value information about the airspace and aircraft in use
We enhance safety and comfort by taking care of the proper operation of your aircraft
We rescue you in case of emergencies
SKYBRO Digital Sky
SkyBro Digital Sky
SkyBro is a non-certified e-Conspicuity solution. We collect and share information from the voluntary and unaffiliated community of pilots, aviation enthusiasts, and from ground station ICT systems. The voluntariness of providing information does not guarantee accuracy and completeness, so there may be users not visible in the presented airspace structure, and its use different from that presented. Due to local conditions of data transmission, there is also no guarantee of continuity of transmitted information. SkyBro is not responsible for incidents occurring in the course of air operations. It is the airspace user’s responsibility to maintain separation from other airspace users and to comply with the situations outlined in the AUP/UUP.
This solution cannot be used for operational purposes and for flight under IMC conditions.
What does the solution show and offer:
Movement of all users in the airspace – aircraft, helicopters, gliders, paragliders, hang gliders, motorgliders, balloons and drones
Warnings about the possibility of a collision with an indication of distance, height and collision course
Ability to present up-to-date information about the parameters of the flight as it is being performed – for your instructor
Presence of unidentified users in the airspace
Formation of dangerous atmospheric phenomena – rotors, thunderstorms, fog, precipitation, icing
Reserved zones for performing air operations – paragliding flights behind the lift, parachute jumping, competitions
Aircraft traffic around the airport and the current runway in use
Currently used launch sites and directions depending on the current wind direction
Activities and routes provided by your friends
Information on air operations provided
Possibility to call for help – SAR
Ability to summon your friend to the site of your landing
SKY BRO AIRCRAFT MANAGER
SkyBro Aircraft Manager
SkyBro Aircraft Manager is an electronic aircraft mechanic that accompanies normal and emergency procedures and supports diagnostics and failure prediction.
Thanks to the connection with the aircraft’s electronic avionics (Dynon and Garmin), we detect the status of the execution of an air operation and help it run properly by supervising the execution of normal procedures.
In the event of an emergency, the solution helps to quickly implement emergency procedures and not cause a stall. Depending on the situation, the solution indicates what the pilot should do, in order to get out of an emergency situation or land safely.
By automatically downloading engine (Rotax) and flight parameter data, the solution creates an aircraft logbook. This allows the solution to conduct its diagnostics in real time, drawing the pilot’s attention to the possibility of failure. At the same time, the solution creates a history of its use and shows all exceedances of normal parameters, e.g.: exceeding engine speed, temperatures, pressures or overloads on landing.
Presenting the current use of airspace by various users
Collision protection in the air and at the airport
Presenting up-to-date information on traffic at airports and launch sites
Making hazardous weather conditions visible rotors, storms, fog, precipitation, icing
Presenting the current conditions for long thermal flights – long gliding
Building community with friends, sharing information and flying together
Assistance during emergencies
Ability to perform diagnostics on the aircraft
Keeping a detailed Logbook of the aircraft and confirming its high value
Co-Founder & CEO
SEPL airplane pilot, paraglider pilot, engineer, visionary who wants to make GA aviation safer and more user-friendly. He also worked as a staff member at the Cracow University of Technology. Graduate of Executive MBA and the School of Leaders
Co-Founder & CTO
He has more than 10 years of experience in the IT industry. He learned the specifics of such roles as .NET developer, software team leader, business analyst, project manager, product owner and scrum master. He is a graduate of the Silesian University of Technology, Executive MBA studies (GFKM and UŚ), the School of Leaders and Cranfield University.
CMO & CAO
She has knowledge and experience in designing and creating marketing campaigns acquired in other StartUp projects. She also ran the NGO office. A marketing graduate, she studied at Jagiellonian University and is a graduate of the School of Leaders.
Our StartUp is made up of aviation and information technology enthusiasts, with offbeat dreams and a readiness to make them come true. They are airplane pilots, paraglider pilots, drone operators, they are practitioners in building effective IT teams and Agile methodologies with more than 10 years of experience. Founders are graduates of universities of technology, MBAs and extended leadership courses – the School of Leaders. SkyMedia’s team is multidisciplinary. Our skills and knowledge are complementary. We have experts on board in areas such as UX/UI Design, DevOps and Cybersecurity. The key for us is advanced knowledge of cloud platforms, especially AWS. Backend developers have created projects with hundreds of databases and microservices, while frontend developers are intimately familiar with the latest web frameworks, including React and Vue. We have extensive knowledge in the construction and operation of transponders and aircraft.