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.
Wisk, the Urban Air Mobility (UAM) company behind the world’s first all-electric, self-flying air taxi, Cora, has resumed flight tests in the U.S. and New Zealand, following a brief pause due to COVID-19.
Wisk is excited to welcome Dan Dalton as Vice President of Global Partnerships. He’ll be heading up Wisk’s global regulatory initiatives and business partnerships.
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).
It’s one thing to have a product, but you need to ensure it’s fit for purpose. That’s exactly what we’ll be doing next with Cora, thanks to the agreement just announced by the New Zealand Government to establish a passenger transport trial with Wisk — a world first.
Our name may be different, but our vision of delivering safe, everyday flight to the world remains the same.
As we ready Cora for the skies – with passengers – the skies are getting ready for Cora. A new Airspace Integration Programme in New Zealand puts Cora another step closer in the quest for everyday flight.
Kitty Hawk and Boeing announce a partnership to collaborate on future efforts to advance safe urban air mobility. This is exciting news for us and the future of transportation.
Learn more about opportunities at our fast growing Avionics Software Verification and Validation office in Atlanta with team lead, Nate Fisher.