We spoke with Andrew Charlton of CIVATAglobal, a new global trade association for the advanced air mobility and UAS traffic management domains.
Venture capital (VC) firms see strong potential in the eVTOL space, with many spotting increased opportunities for the platforms in the post-COVID-19 world.
The utility sector is a growing area of focus for eVTOL companies, with some developing immediate plans and others looking to the future.
We visited with Dr. Jaret Riddick about why the U.S. Army Research Laboratory is seeking to collaborate with eVTOL industry partners like Uber.
Building eVTOL ride-hailing apps is a comparatively simple task, but designing the right interfaces will play a key role in fostering public acceptance.
We spoke with Jonathan Hartman of Sikorsky Innovations about the company’s interest in eVTOL aircraft and urban air mobility.
For eventual high-volume production, developers of eVTOL aircraft see strong potential in the disruptive technologies being pursued across manufacturing.
Some eVTOL developers see opportunities for these aircraft to supplement, but not immediately replace, conventional helicopters for EMS.
Hundreds of organizations have shown interest in UK Research and Innovation’s Future Flight Challenge, which aims to advance technologies including eVTOL.
Thales UK is expanding its work in the eVTOL domain, pursuing a range of projects related to air traffic control, cybersecurity, communications, and more.