Drones are changing our world. According to research, the global market for UTM services is estimated to be worth 517 million USD between 2018 and 2022. As the drone industry continues to boom, the number of drones in the air is expected to increase exponentially over the coming years. Left unchecked, these drones present a serious threat to manned aviation so safe integration of drone traffic with existing manned air traffic is an absolute necessity. Unifly’s award-winning UTM platform is available on the market today as a mature software product that can be configured to suit the stakeholders’ needs. It connects official entities with operators to integrate drones into the airspace safely and securely. The Unifly platform allows drone pilots to check the legal status of their flight and allows authorities to monitor and manage drone traffic in their airspace. Unifly’s (UTM) platform is already in use today by the national authorities of Germany, Denmark, Austria and Belgium. Recognizing the value of collaboration, Unifly is an active participant in several leading European drone projects. Unifly is a global company. It is active in the US (LAANC certified). Unifly also deployed the first UTM system in Africa to support UNICEF’s drone corridor in Malawi. In Asia, the company provides the technical UTM backbone to ensure safe drone flights at the Fukushima Robot Test Field centre. Unifly as a company was founded in 2015 by a number of aerospace experts. Already in 2012, a team of air traffic controllers, pilots and engineers shared a vision of developing a system that would allow them to manage and track the growing number of drones flying in the air and to easily contact the drone operator if needed.