DM-AirTech and Bluenest by Globalvia have strengthened their partnership aimed at developing further automation tools for advanced air mobility stakeholders.
“Bluenest is the advanced air mobility business line of Globalvia, a multinational in managing transport infrastructure concessions and mobility services with operations in 10 countries across three continents” according to the press release. “Bluenest is designing vertiports, electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) facilities for air taxis and drones, to connect cities, places, and people. Vertiports are expected to reduce congestion, pollution, and travel time in urban areas.
“DM-AirTech is a start-up based in Europe, which was conceived in 2016 and was born in 2021 from two ex-Airbus engineers to build a technology able to fill the urban wind gap and enable safe flight operations also in the urban environment. Since 2021, DM-AirTech injects weather intelligence into AAM stakeholders’ business planning such as demand and service availability analysis, vertiport siting due–diligence and is now getting equipped to support flight operations of drones and eVTOLs by implementing high–resolution and urban-aware weather forecasts.”
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