Hyundai Motor Group convenes the consortium quarterly to facilitate sharing of key learnings and best practices and to receive strategic insight on its concept of operations (ConOps) for AAM airspace management and ground mobility integration. Looking ahead, the Group will work with the members to simulate the operation of the unmanned traffic management (UTM) and AAM network and ultimately flight test the Group’s ConOps.
“AAM will operate at the intersection of today’s busiest and most complex transportation routes, particularly in the skies,” said Pamela Cohn, global chief operating officer and U.S. general manager, Urban Air Mobility Division of Hyundai Motor Group. “Expanding digital infrastructure to accommodate new modes of aerial mobility is a challenge given all of the disparate airspace operating standards and geographies involved. It’s important we convene diverse parties to explore safe and efficient integration of AAM and, more broadly, equitable access to airspace.”
Richard Ellis, Altitude Angel, Chief Business Officer, added: “Altitude Angel, like Hyundai Motor Group, is committed to bringing to market the technologies which will make safe and secure urban air mobility a day-to-day reality. We’re very excited to be part of this consortium and together tackling and overcoming the challenges ahead.”
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