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Eve Air Mobility and NLR partner to understand UAM noise perception for residents and passengers

Eve Air Mobility reports it is partnering with the Royal Netherlands Aerospace Centre (NLR) to gather data that will support efforts to improve the community experience of UAM operations.

“During August, we ran a study in Orlando and New York City to analyze the perception of potential passengers and residents of these cities,” said the company in a press release. “The study considered two scenarios: a busier area with higher background noise and another with lower background noise, the latter closer to residential neighborhoods.

“We aimed to understand people’s responses to the eVTOL visual and sound footprint by correlating sound level and characteristics with annoyance perception and acceptance. The study used cutting-edge tools to simulate the experience by employing virtual reality and auralization. This visual and sound perception study is another key initiative of Eve´s design strategy. We are co-creating solutions with real people so that we can fulfill future users’ needs and make UAM accessible.”

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