The creators of Botlink promise something a bit different, though they share the same goal of informing hobbyist pilots about the skies in which they fly their drones. Using data from a variety of sources, including the FAA, Botlink will show drone pilots airspace rules for drones and also where other aircraft are in the sky presently. "If you enter temporary flight restricted airspace," Botlink CEO Shawn Muehler tells Popular Science, "our application lets you know what airspace that is. It alerts you via advisory warnings," and then provides the pilot with information they need (like a phone number for an air traffic control tower to call). That's useful for pilots who want to make sure a wayward quadcopter doesn't spark alarm.