Wisk’s Director of Strategy, Jeannie Lam, shares the importance of the customer’s voice and the value we place on engaging consumers to help us in shaping the future of mobility.
MARCH 31, 2021 – MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA – Wisk, the Urban Air Mobility (UAM) company behind the first all-electric, self-flying air taxi in the U.S., today released key findings from a recent study conducted among consumers to determine sentiment around autonomous,...
In July, the FAA released its Concept of Operations (CONOPS) for Urban Air Mobility (UAM), representing a significant step for the UAM and broader Advanced Air Mobility industries. But what does that mean? Here’s what you need to know about the regulatory background, the opportunities, and the path forward for integrating UAM aircraft into the National Airspace System.
In support of frontline medical workers, our manufacturing team has set up a new production line to make face shields in an effort to help make up for the shortage of PPE (personal protective equipment).
Our name may be different, but our vision of delivering safe, everyday flight to the world remains the same.
Learn more about opportunities at our fast growing Avionics Software Verification and Validation office in Atlanta with team lead, Nate Fisher.
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.