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Personal eVTOL Vehicles AIR CEO

AIR CEO envisions future featuring people flying personal eVTOL vehicles By Jim Magill From George Jetson to Prof. Brown in the Back to the Future movies, the dream of owning one’s own flying car has captured the public imagination. However, in recent years, planners envisioning urban air mobility solutions have …

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Hyundai Launches New Company for Urban Air Mobility

Supernal Concept vehicle Hyundai Launches New Company for Urban Air Mobility: Supernal by DRONELIFE Staff Writer Ian M. Crosby Today, Hyundai Motor Group announced a new company called Supernal, LLC to advance its mobility solutions. As the evolution of its Urban Air Mobility Division, Supernal will be the key player …

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Skyportz Announces Air Taxi Infrastructure Australia

Skyportz Announces First Australian Air Taxi Hub to Service Brisbane Olympics by DRONELIFE Staff Writer Ian M. Crosby Today at the Air Taxi World Congress in London, Skyportz announced that their first Australian infrastructure for air taxis will be built at the Australian Advanced Manufacturing Centre of Excellence in Moreton …

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Joby Aviation Air Taxi in Flight (VIDEO)

Joby Aviation aircraft Joby Aviation hasn’t operated in stealth mode, but nor have they tended to make large announcements about product development.  Now, for the first time, Joby has released video footage of the Joby Aviation air taxi in flight.  (See the flight video and the CEO merger announcement below.) …

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Urban Air Mobility Market: $9 Billion by 2030?

Will the urban air mobility market be worth $9 Billion by 2030?  A new research report predicts that it will – has a few more surprise predictions about the segment. The report “Urban Air Mobility Market by Component (Infrastructure, Platform), Platform Operation (Piloted, Autonomous), Range (Intercity, Intracity), Platform Architecture, Unmanned …

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Advanced Air Mobility Market: Air Taxis Passenger Drones

Ehang passenger drone A recent report by the Aerospace Industries Association (AIA) and global consulting firm Deloitte predicts that the US advanced air mobility market could reach $115B by 2035 and create 280,000 jobs – if it’s handled right. “Advanced Air Mobility: Can the U.S. Afford to Lose the Race?” …

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Passenger Drones Should Benefit the Disabled Community

Courtesy of EHang Urban air mobility (UAM) could provide a major benefit for the disabled community.  A new white paper from Aerobility and CIVATAglobal says the industry must be inclusive from the outset to realize that goal as passenger drones are introduced. While the concept of integrating air taxis, drone …

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GM Flying Car Demonstrated at CES 2021

GM has unveiled a Cadillac brand flying car.  The sleek and beautiful eVTOL passenger vehicle could be the car company’s concept of transportation’s next generation. Passenger drones, drone taxis, Automated Aerial Vehicles (AAV): as a few companies like Ehang, Volocopter and others move into test flight programs, large car manufacturers …

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China’s Government Works Towards Urban Air Mobility

China’s government is determined to lead the world in implementing urban air mobility, enabling companies like EHang to accelerate applications from emergency response to aerial sightseeing. “The General Office of the State Council of the PRC has recently issued a circular proposing to accelerate the strategic development of Urban Air …

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