Sign Up for Early Beta Access to the New B4UFLY Powered by Kittyhawk

As Kittyhawk set out to rebuild and rethink B4UFLY for the recreational pilot, we used the exact same process as we do for our enterprise products. We worked closely with the FAA to understand the audience for this application and spent a lot of time on user development. We questioned every feature and examined every use case to make sure we were delivering the best product for the recreational drone pilot with an unwavering focus on airspace safety, understanding, and compliance.

With a complete set of user stories, technical requirements, and awesome designs, we’ve begun native development on both iOS and Android and we’re looking ahead to the official launch this summer.

But we don’t launch products without user testing, and that’s where you come in. You won’t find another company that values user feedback (and acts on it) as much as Kittyhawk. We’re bringing that feedback-based approach to B4UFLY and will be using the forthcoming weeks for alpha and beta testing.

If you’d like early access, you can sign up here to get on the distribution list.

Sign up here

We’ll be working over the next couple of weeks to wrap up development and get started on beta testing for iOS and Android. All we ask for those that want to participate in the beta is that you give us your feedback about what you love, what you miss, what you want, and what you don’t understand. We’ll be collecting and incorporating all of your notes and input as we prepare for the official launch in the coming months.

About B4UFLY Powered by Kittyhawk

Kittyhawk is bringing our Dynamic Airspace™ platform to B4UFLY with data layers and advisories tailored for the recreational drone pilot. Just like in our other applications, the airspace data is sourced directly from authoritative FAA sources. In the upcoming release, we’re incorporating new designs to elevate understanding and maximize safety compliance for recreational drone pilots in the national airspace.