AirMap Brand

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The AirMap Brand

The AirMap brand is protected by applicable trademark, copyright, and other intellectual property laws. If you would like to use any AirMap brand features on a web page, in an ad, in an article or book, or elsewhere, you are required to receive explicit permission from AirMap beforehand.

Please review the following guidelines on how to use the AirMap brand. Please direct any brand requests or inquiries to media@airmap.com, or work directly with your AirMap business partner.

About AirMap

AirMap is the world’s leading airspace management platform for drones. Millions of drones, hundreds of industry developers, and hundreds of airspace managers and stakeholders rely on AirMap’s airspace intelligence and services to fly safely and communicate with others in low-altitude airspace. AirMap connects the majority of the world’s drones to airspace authorities through integrations with major drone manufacturers such as DJI, Intel, senseFly, Matternet, 3DR, DroneDeploy, and more. Deployed in Japan, New Zealand, Switzerland, and the United States, AirMap leads the industry in delivering technology solutions for Unmanned aerial system (UAS) Traffic Management (UTM) and U-space to enable safe and responsible drone operations at scale.

Brand Guidelines

Please use only AirMap-approved artwork when using AirMap logos and screenshots.

Permission is not required for screenshots or other AirMap properties for instructional or illustrative purposes. This applies for offline and online formats.

Proper usage of AirMap product screenshots requires that the screenshots are unaltered. Please do not remove, distort, or alter any element of the AirMap brand feature. Moreover, do not superimpose graphics, photos, or ad copy over the AirMap brand feature to change its appearance.

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When using an AirMap product screenshot or data, please include the following tagline beneath the image: © 2015 AirMap Inc, used with permission.

Contact Us

If you’ve found a website that uses an AirMap brand feature improperly, please let us know.

Please direct any questions, concerns, or requests about our brand guidelines to media@airmap.com, or work directly with your AirMap business partner.

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