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Reality vs Hype In Commercial Aviation: Miquel Ros Interviews Michael Barnard
CleanTechnico | 11/12/2022
I had a great  conversation recently with Miquel Ros on his Allplane podcast. It was a couple of hours of good discussion across a range of aviation-related topics, and I encourage people to listen in here instead of just reading my gloss.
My projection of aviation refueling through 2100 with its broad error bars was central. We had a good discussion about the drivers of the projection.
When Will Flying Taxis Get off the Ground?
Aviation Pros | 11/07/2022
Investors are pouring capital into start-ups racing to develop new electric aircraft that take off and land vertically like a helicopter but fly horizontally like an airplane. Major airlines are investing in some of these start-ups, betting that they will one day zip passengers between airports and city centers much faster than cars or public transit.
Drones in cities are a bad idea
Tech Crunch | 10/26/2022
It's year five, or maybe 10, of "drones are going to revolutionize transport," and so far we've got very little to show for it. Maybe it's time to put these foolish ambitions to rest and focus on where this technology could actually do some good, rather than pad out a billionaire's bottom line or let the rich skip traffic.
After eVTOL air taxis, United to invest in e-planes for regional hops
Drone DJ | 10/11/2022
United Airlines is going beyond its investments in shorter-range electric takeoff and landing (eVTOL) air taxis with companies like Archer and Eve Mobility, and preparing to reinforce its relationship with a Swedish maker of battery-powered planes that will operate on its regional US routes.
Archer Aviation Applauded by Frost & Sullivan for Enabling Easier Intercity Travel with Its Urban Air Mobility Solutions
Yahoo Finance | 10/05/2022
Archer Aviation will provide a safe, reliable, cost-effective, and quiet alternative ridesharing service that will integrate seamlessly into the existing transportation networks of cities.
Aviation: A look at NASA’s plan for automated passenger and cargo transportation in urban areas
Daily Bulletin | 09/30/2022
With the Pacific Air Show in Southern California this weekend, here's a look at some aviation projects NASA is developing.
Why United Airlines is betting $1 billion on flying cars
Emerging Tech Brew | 09/30/2022
Sitting in bumper-to-bumper traffic, maybe you've dreamt of a world where you could simply fly over the gridlock.
Investors, startups, and aviation bigwigs have all put billions of dollars toward making that vision a reality with electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) ventures. Five of these companies have gone public via SPAC in the last 18 months, with valuations ranging from ~$2 billion to more than $6 billion.
Don’t let flying taxis be the next scooters, city planners warn
Smart Cities Dive | 09/27/2022
Miami, Los Angeles, Orlando, Pittsburgh and other U.S. cities have started planning for urban air mobility, but most have not. While that delay could prove challenging as air taxi services begin operating, it is an opportunity to ensure that policies are consistent throughout the U.S. to make rolling out eVTOLs easier, said Suzanne Murtha, vice president of connected and automated vehicle technology at AECOM.
This New Electric Jet Could Be the World’s First Luxury eVTOL
Robb Report | 09/22/2022
Lilium says the coming air-transport revolution will start with individuals who can afford the new electric aircraft.
NARTP Receives Strategic Roadmap to Launch and Develop Advanced Air Mobility Industry in NJ
Technology Today | 09/20/2022
Advanced Air Mobility, an emerging new aviation technology that will revolutionize short-distance air transportation by using electrically powered, vertical-take-off-and-landing aircraft (eVTOL), offers the Atlantic County region a significant opportunity to build and strengthen New Jersey's research and development capabilities according to a study by Deloitte Consulting, LLP. The study, A Strategic Roadmap for the Development of Advanced Air Mobility, was commissioned by the National Aerospace Research & Technology Park (NARTP) in Egg Harbor Township, NJ. According to Deloitte, the growing AAM sector is projected to create more than 25,000 jobs and $152 million in annual state tax revenue for New Jersey over the next 15 years.
One state maps out its drone-enabled future
GCN | 08/31/2022
The Ohio Department of Transportation is testing its uncrewed traffic management system that would allow drones to operate at low altitudes beyond the operator's line of sight.
Why rapid development of eVTOL aircraft requires similar growth in their concept of operations
Aerospace Testing International | 08/24/2022
Around the world, pressure is increasing on regulators to develop and refine concepts of operations to accommodate the future capabilities new types of aircraft, such as eVTOL aircraft and autonomous drones. Many in the aviation industry envision an advanced air mobility future, where such aircraft transport passengers and cargo around big cities from vertiports.
Ohio Leading The Way With New Aircraft Tracking System
Union County | 08/23/2022
As the number of drones grow, so do concerns about how to keep airspace safe for both crewed and uncrewed aircraft. Ohio is pioneering technology to do just that.
Governors Stitt, Hutchinson Partner to Create Super Region for Advanced Mobility in the Heartland
PR Newswire | 08/18/2022
Governors Kevin Stitt and Asa Hutchinson joined together to position the Oklahoma-Arkansas region as a national hub for advanced mobility (AM) with the support of partners Tulsa Innovation Labs and Runway Group. The collaborative effort to support the growth of the AM industry, including drones, electric and autonomous vehicles, battery manufacturing, and transportation and logistics solutions, will create new research and testing space, support local AM startups, attract new companies, and convene industry corporations to test and scale new technologies. 
Assuring Autonomy BlogWhite House Advanced Air Mobility Summit: Takeaways for Industry
AUVSI | 08/10/2022
On August 3rd, the White House hosted a Summit on Advanced Air Mobility (AAM). While AAM was the focus of the Summit, discussions also centered around more traditional Uncrewed Aircraft Systems (UAS) issues, in addition to Counter-UAS issues in light of the Administration's Counter-UAS Action Plan. AUVSI was honored to be able to attend this historic event and thanks the Biden Administration, and specifically the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP), for organizing this Summit and inviting key industry stakeholders to share their views. Below are AUVSI's top takeaways from the Summit
Detroit Auto Show to Showcase Air Mobility with Aerial Taxis, Hoverboards
DBusiness | 08/10/2022
Organizers of the North American International Auto Show today announced an all-new "Air Mobility Experience" will join the Sept. 14-25 auto show lineup, bringing science fiction to reality over the skies of Detroit and Windsor.
Advanced air mobility
Aerospace Manufacturing & Design | 08/05/2022
Deloitte's report, Advanced air mobility: Disrupting the future of mobility, by John Coykendall, Matt Metcalfe, Aijaz Hussain, and Tarun Dronamraju, examines the current state of advanced air mobility (AAM) – a market dominated by electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) aircraft companies.
Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) for Ports, Warehouses, and Logistics
Commercial UAV News | 08/01/2022
"The logistics industry is the leader of the pack when it comes to using drones."
That's according to a recent article in the American Journal of Transportation. The article describes how uncrewed technology has been embraced by companies involved in warehousing, port management, transportation, and other logistics-focused operations.
New eVTOL Aircraft Cabin Concept from Hyundai Motor Group’s Supernal
Clean Technica | 07/21/2022
Urban electric aircraft have been a fun topic for several years, yet we also don't really actually have any urban electric aircraft on the market. One day? One of the things that perk up my ears in this field is when a major automaker gets behind a product or buy a startup. After all, automakers are in the business of making and selling millions of complex, heavily regulated, consumer vehicles. On that topic, news this week is that Hyundai Motor Group is more focused than ever on developing "commercial urban and regional air vehicles and surrounding market." The latter indicates that even if Hyundai Motor Group isn't developing the vehicles, it is developing components of the vehicles.
The World’s Largest Drone Superhighway: UK’s Project Skyway
dronelife | 07/19/2022
Today at the Farnborough Air Show, the UK government officially announced its Project Skyway, the largest and longest network of drone superhighways in the world.
Vertical, Skyports, Virgin, and others to create full UK AAM ecosystem
Drone DJ | 07/18/2022
A consortium has been formed by UK aviation companies, including Vertical Aerospace, Virgin Atlantic Airways, and Skyports, with the objective of testing and preparing the launch of electric takeoff and landing (eVTOL) flight services, like air taxis, in what members call the world's first full advanced air mobility (AAM) ecosystem.
Building the Infrastructure for Advanced Air Mobility
NASA | 07/18/2022
Small drones delivering packages, air taxis carrying passengers, or air ambulance providing lifesaving transportation – these are just some of the concepts NASA's Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) mission is helping get into our skies. For these aircraft to safely operate, cities, suburbs, and rural areas will need new or enhanced infrastructure.
Opportunities and challenges for urban aviation mobility
International Airport Review | 07/15/2022
International Airport Review's Editorial Assistant, Lily Mae Pacey, speaks with Ivonne Kuger, Vice President Corporate Development at Munich Airport International, to discuss the development of urban air mobility.
NREL Addresses Energy Challenges for Sustainable Aviation
NREL | 07/15/2022
From Sustainable Fuels to Airport Infrastructure Analysis to Next-Gen Aircraft, NREL Offers Solutions for Lowering Emissions in a Sector That Is Among the Most Difficult To Decarbonize
Advanced Air Mobility (AAM): Building the Ecosystem
Commercial UAV News | 07/13/2022
"I see the development of a viable AAM ecosystem relying on two major pillars," said Lorenzo Murzilli, the Founder & CEO of Murzilli Consulting. "First, the clear and unambiguous definition of roles and responsibilities—and liabilities—of the ecosystem players. And second, the understanding that AAM has to be fully included in urban mobility initiatives and treated as one of the urban means of transportation, fully integrated and complementary to the others."
Make Room in the Garage: AIR ONE Personal eVTOL Successfully Completes Hover Test
dronelife | 07/12/2022
On June 21st, consumer eVTOL (electric vertical takeoff and landing) aircraft creator AIR successfully completed the first hover test of its AIR ONE aircraft following the acquisition of its airworthiness certificate.
University of Arkansas awarded Smart Mobility Initiative Grant
Transportation Today | 07/06/2022
The University of Arkansas announced Tuesday it had been awarded a new planning grant that would support its vision for smart mobility initiatives
Proposed Air Taxi Regulations Reveal Possible Future of eVTOL
Flying | 07/01/2022
The European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has released what it calls the world's first comprehensive regulatory framework for urban air taxi flight operations covering "airworthiness, air operations, flight crew licensing, and rules of the air."
Congressional Advanced Air Mobility Caucus launched to promote technology education
Transportation Today | 06/29/2022
Under the leadership of U.S. Reps. Jay Obernolte (R-CA) and Jimmy Panetta (D-CA), a new Congressional group launched this week, focused on educating the public about new aviation technologies and their benefits: the Advanced Air Mobility Caucus.
Urban Air Mobility: How the Future of Urban Spaces will Adapt to the 21st Century
Connected Aviation Today | 06/28/2022
Urban Air Mobility will upend the status quo around cities, and for the better. There is a massive opportunity to leverage exciting new aircraft and other emerging aviation technologies to revolutionize the way people travel and move goods and products within and between urban areas. However, as Connected Aviation Today found out, there is still a lot to be done before drones begin taking flight in and around the world's cities.
Three ways drones are supporting pharma supply chains
Pharma Logistics IQ | 06/22/2022
Drones have emerged as an important tool in the delivery of medicines around the world. Here are three main ways these unmanned vehicles are transforming the supply chain
A Small New York Company Is Already Providing UAM — With Seaplanes
Forbes | 06/08/2022
The vaunted, venture capital-fueled Urban Air Mobility (UAM) market and its promised electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) air taxis won't be a reality for mass (or minor) transit for years to come. But Tailwind Air already provides fast city to city service from urban cores in the northeast using seaplanes and it's looking to grow.
The Average Air Taxi Will Be Cheaper Than an Uber Black, a New Study Says
Robb Report | 06/07/2022
Deloitte's "Advanced Air Mobility, Disrupting the Future of Mobility" looks ahead 10 years to when air taxis will be common over city skies.
Caltech Engineers Developed Neural-Fly: A Deep Learning Method That Can Help Drones To Withstand Violent Winds
MARKTECHPOST | 06/04/2022
The commercialization of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) necessitates that their control becomes more precise and responsive. For instance, drone delivery necessitates transporting goods to a confined target area in a variety of weather conditions; drone rescue and search necessitates entering and searching collapsed buildings with limited space; and urban air mobility necessitates a flying car to closely adhere to a planned trajectory to avoid collision in the presence of strong, unpredictable winds.
Beyond flights of fantasy: Disassembling the complexities of AAM
evtol | 06/03/2022
Big figures surrounding the advanced air mobility (AAM) industry have increasingly dominated headlines over the last year, painting a picture that is bound to impress. Yet many complexities regarding the reality of getting AAM off the ground have yet to be solved for Australia.
Air taxi company proposes connecting Tampa with Pinellas
Catalyst | 05/31/2022
An air taxi company is proposing to bring its fleet of electric aircraft to Tampa Bay. 
Aerospace accelerator CEO forecasts a ‘wave of disruptions’ in urban air mobility
SmartCitiesDive | 05/27/2022
VTOL and other advanced air mobility technologies will change urban transportation, but the transformation will be slower than expected, says Starburst CEO François Chopard.
Drone Infrastructure More Cost Effective Than Traditional Delivery
Trucks.com | 05/23/2022
When infrastructure breaks down, business slows down. If you have ever sat in a traffic jam caused by road construction, you know what I'm talking about. Traffic congestion slows down everyone, including the more than 1.3 million delivery drivers on the road in the US. In his book The Road Taken: The History and Future of America's Infrastructure, Henry Petroski says traffic congestion is costing the US economy more than $120 billion per year.
Pursuing alternative paths to bringing eVTOL aircraft to market
evtol | 05/20/2022
For Matt Chasen, CEO of LIFT Aircraft, the strategy he's following to bring his HEXA eVTOL aircraft to market is to steer clear from any complex certification processes with the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).
Blade to Acquire Three Urban Air Mobility Companies Creating Largest Helicopter Passenger Service in Europe
Yahoo Finance | 05/19/2022
Blade Air Mobility, Inc. (Nasdaq: BLDE, "Blade") a technology-powered global air mobility platform, today announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement (the "Agreement") through its wholly-owned European subsidiaries to acquire the asset-light commercial passenger transport activities of three urban air mobility operators in Europe: Monacair SAM, Héli Sécurité and another leading helicopter operator in the South of France.
Perspectives on eVTOL Certification from Honeywell, Jaunt, Archer, Joby
Aviation Today | 05/19/2022
Manufacturers of electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) aircraft are working closely with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) to establish a path to certification and make progress towards achieving certification for these new types of vehicles.
Infrastructure considerations for the future of urban air mobility
evtol | 05/18/2022
opinions
Infrastructure considerations for the future of urban air mobility
By David Ziegler
Wednesday May 18, 2022
If the emerging urban air mobility (UAM) industry falters, it won't be because the technology isn't ready or that regulators aren't building a framework to ensure that eVTOL aircraft in development won't meet the highest safety standards. The future of UAM will depend on having the right infrastructure to support operations.
Urban Movement Labs Is Bringing Advanced Air Mobility to Los Angeles
Aviation Today | 05/18/2022
Overair, the company developing the Butterfly eVTOL (electric vertical take-off and landing) aircraft, and Urban Movement Labs have entered into a new partnership which was announced this week. Urban Movement Labs, or UML, is an organization based in Los Angeles seeking to define problems with transportation and explore solutions to these problems through collaboration with businesses and public sector partners. The organization leads a program called the Urban Air Mobility Partnership, which includes the Los Angeles Department of Transportation (LADOT), Volocopter, Helinet, Skyroads, and now Overair.
Walton: NWA poised to be ‘hub’ for advanced air mobility technologies
Talk Business | 05/12/2022
Among many examples, one thing Northwest Arkansas is good at is scaling things up. Walmart Inc., Tyson Foods and J.B. Hunt Transport Services are just three of the business illustrations of that claim.
Digitizing Transit: From Design to Service Provision
inside unmanned systems | 05/06/2022
High-quality digital tools for 3D geolocation are helping to unlock the full potential of next-generation transit systems, enabling increased efficiency in all phases of action while improving safety and the end-user experience.
Drone Inspection and Other Aviation Bills Advance
Homeland Security Today | 05/03/2022
The House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure advanced three aviation bills on April 28, namely, H.R. 3482, the National Center for the Advancement of Aviation Act of 2021, H.R. 5315, the Drone Infrastructure Inspection Grant Act and H.R. 6270, the Advanced Aviation Infrastructure Modernization (AAIM) Act.
FAA invests $1B to update air traffic control system
Transportation Today | 05/03/2022
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) recently invested the first $1 billion of $5 billion into the nation's air traffic control system.
Sky’s No Limit for Advanced Air Mobility
Business Journal | 05/01/2022
As major automotive companies power up to meet future demand for electric vehicles, others look to the skies for new opportunities
Archer, United Airlines Partner on eVTOL Operations
Transport Up | 05/01/2022
Archer has announced the formation of an advisory panel between its company and United Airlines. The advisory panel will advise Archer on operational objectives as well as the establishment of ongoing maintenance programs for their eVTOL fleet.
The MIZ: A Central Hub for Supply Chain Innovation
AINonline | 05/01/2022
The concept of a hub is nothing new in transportation and logistics. Hubs connect people, routes and infrastructure to facilitate movement. As the world moves toward an age of autonomous mobility, a new type of hub is needed — one that connects the talent, ideas and thought leadership that will fuel this dynamic new era.

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