With more than 100 passenger-carrying autonomous test flights under its belt, China’s Ehang is ready to begin flights in cities.
Up to three eVTOL developers sought to participate in the developmental testing event to pave way for NASA’s UAM Grand Challenge.
Uber remains the driving force behind urban air mobility, focusing its efforts on removing barrier as momentum continues to build.
Industry welcomes Europe’s special condition for certification of eVTOL aircraft, but more steps lie ahead.
New partnerships for vehicle development, cabin design, ground operations and launch cities keep Uber Elevate on track.
U.S. startup Alaka’i Technologies has built a full-scale prototype eVTOL taxi and anticipates FAA certification in 2020.
With a focus on range and speed, Lilium’s eVTOL concept targets metro and intercity markets.
China’s regulator gives autonomous air taxi developer Ehang permission to begin passenger flights for specific missions at special locations.
Studies suggest both the traffic and infrastructure are available to make urban air mobility attractive as a premium service.
Airbus’ Silicon Valley outpost launches a project to develop an autonomy system that can scale across the manufacturer’s product line.