FAA and NFCT Airport Air Traffic Control and Operations Centers to allow controllers to pinpoint pilot reports of UAS-drone airspace intrusions in controlled airspace, laser attacks, and general aircraft emergencies outside the airport property. The SafeFlight map and entry protocols are provided in a “pop-up” dialog screen on the ATC IDS terminal (outside the secure FAA/USAF network), connecting air traffic control and airport operations directly to the appropriate 9-1-1 Public Safety Answering Point.
9-1-1 centers (Public Safety Answering Points) allowing 95,000 public safety dispatchers to use the SafeFlight map and smart scripts to triage and validate drone complaints. Qualifying calls are sent to first responders to investigate and complete contact reports, referring violations for action. SafeFlight is working to become an integral component of the national model for unmanned traffic management system (UTM),
Federal, State, and Local Law Enforcement Officers assigned to field response and investigations. Upon receipt of the 9-1-1 call, or on-view observation, the SafeFlight smart device software provides the first responders with the validation map and a comprehensive array of investigative tools to complete the investigation and automatically format an incident report. Integration with partner providers, SafeFlight provides the officer with UAS forensics technologies to track drone flights and secure video evidence. SafeFlight provides the officer the capability to issue a warning notice or send referrals to the FAA or local prosecutors.