After announcing Cora in 2018, we’re getting closer to a world where we can free people from traffic. Find out what we’ll be doing in 2019 and where we’re expanding.
Almost six months ago, we introduced you to Cora — one of the world’s first electric, autonomous air taxis. It was a thrill to share our vision of a future where your life is connected by the power of everyday flight.
Every revolution has a story. The right people, the right time and the right place coming together for something special. In 1903, it was the Wright Brothers on a field in Kitty Hawk, North Carolina. The very same year, Richard Pearse took to the sky in New Zealand.
We recently caught up with Rishi Patel, who interned on our Systems Engineering and Integration team. Rishi is a rising senior studying aerospace engineering at Virginia Tech. Like us, he is passionate about AAM and sees it as an essential part of the future of transportation.
Autonomous aerial taxis could transport people around South East Queensland during the 2032 Brisbane Olympic Games. Wisk Aero has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Council of Mayors South East Queensland to develop the service, which has the potential to create hundreds of new jobs.
Air taxi developer Wisk Aero expects this autumn to unveil the production-conforming version of its electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) aircraft – the sixth generation of its air taxi – which it will bring through US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) certification.
Our SCOPE platform leverages data, machine learning, and large-scale GPU-based parallelization, to translate qualitative inputs into quantitative insights. Check out our latest whitepaper for more on how our SCOPE platform allows us to be more thoughtful and comprehensive in our approach to AAM integration.
Wisk is bringing its 5th Generation Aircraft, Cora, to the UK and Australia, with public displays at Farnborough International Airshow and in Brisbane, Australia. The displays are part of Wisk’s broader community engagement efforts, which will include a number of displays and demos over the next few years.
Wisk Aero Brings Advanced Air Mobility to Australia through Partnership with Queensland Local Government
Wisk is bringing the future of flight to Australia through a new partnership with the Council of Mayors South East Queensland and the expansion of its physical presence in the country with the addition of Australia-based personnel.
Industry Leader, Tyler Painter, has joined Wisk as Chief Financial Officer, bringing decades of financial and operational management experience, with a wide array of experience across private, public, and Fortune 500 companies.
California-based Wisk Aero has revealed that its sixth-generation eVTOL aircraft — the model that the company plans to get type certified with U.S. aviation authorities — will have four seats.
Our CEO, Gary Gysin, joins Anderson Cooper for a special 60 Minutes segment on eVTOL air taxis. During the segment, Gary confirms that our 6th generation aircraft will have 4 seats!
Wisk CEO, Gary Gysin, sits down with Anderson Cooper for a special CBS 60 Minutes exclusive on the future of mobility. Watch Gary and Anderson as they talk about the future of mobility and Gary shares some exclusive details about our 6th Generation.