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Unifly is proud to announce that it has achieved ISO 9001:2015 certification

Aug 9, 2022 Corporate, Tech

by Irina Rogojina

In July 2022, the ISO 9001:2015 certificate has been awarded to Unifly for the definition, development, implementation and support of software solutions for drone traffic management.

 

ISO certification process

Specifically, to become ISO 9001 compliant, we have been independently assessed by the British Standards Institution (BSI), against internationally recognized standards showing our commitment to quality assurance. Additionally, this process required examining and documenting all of our processes and making sure through internal audits that processes are predictable and consistent.

Overall, we underwent a rigorous evaluation process. This process includes quality management system development, a management system documentation review, pre-audit, initial assessment, and clearance of non-conformances. All of these processes work to identify corrective actions that eliminate non-conformance to the quality management standard.

 

We are committed to deliver quality

Above all, as an ISO 9001:2015 certified company, Unifly will follow the requirements, specifications, guidelines, and characteristics set forth by this certification. Further, we will ensure that we are consistently offering UTM software solutions that meet world-class standards. The ISO certification also means that the software services we provide are safe, reliable, and qualify for international standards. 

By achieving the ISO 9001:2015 certification, we are able to demonstrate our commitment to providing quality of service, effective cost, and timely delivery.

In order to maintain the ISO status, we will dedicate ourselves to continuous improvement and development, by keeping investing in technology, processes, and procedures.

 

About Unifly

Founded in 2015 by air traffic controllers, Unifly is the world leader in Unmanned Traffic Management (UTM) technology. The Unifly platform connects authorities and drone pilots to safely and securely integrate drones into the airspace, and so by bridging the gap between manned and unmanned aviation. By fully digitizing and automating drone traffic management, and by integrating manned and unmanned aviation systems, Unifly enables aviation authorities and air navigation service providers to safely address the exponential growth in air traffic generated by drones.  

For further information, please contact: 

Irina Rogojina at press@unifly.aero or +32 3446 0100


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