Current certification frameworks are not adequate for future autonomous aircraft systems. Here are the challenges faced by industry.
Introducing autonomous systems into aviation will require careful careful consideration of the strengths and weaknesses of humans and AI.
With eVTOL aircraft moving closer to commercialization, airframers and their customers need to start thinking about performance guarantees.
Dr. Mark Crittenden of OXIS Energy explains how his company is developing lithium-sulfur batteries capable of powering next-generation eVTOL aircraft.
Kitty Hawk’s Michael Huerta reflects on the two cultures shaping the emerging eVTOL industry: one of innovation, and one of safety and caution.
Modern telemetry can collect sensor data to help understand urban weather and RF multipath interference while also advancing eVTOL flight test goals.