Globally, a large number of electric vertical takeoff and landing vehicles (eVTOL) are being developed and AAM systems are expected to provide safe and scalable commercialisation of flight services. Applications span across cargo delivery, law enforcement and medical rescue solutions, as well as augmenting private and public transport systems.
In the second of a series of 3 webinars organised by AAIS, experts, regulators and academia discuss infrastructural considerations for AAM implementation and discuss approaches to enable AAM in urban areas like Singapore. Moderated by Dr Ilya Khanykov, Executive Advisor at McFly.aero, the session included speakers from the Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia, Independent Business Group, and Energy Research Institute @ NTU.
Speakers and participants had an insightful and frank discussion, exploring opportunities and challenges of AAM implementation in Singapore. They touched on factors from urban planning and transportation networks, to energy and building infrastructure, and softer human factors, besides the vertical dimension and more. We thank all our speakers for the excellent presentations, and all attendees for their active participation.
Watch this Webinar below: