Wisk is proud to join Community Air Mobility Initiative (CAMI) to support its mission of responsibly integrating urban air mobility (UAM) solutions at the state and local level. Founded in July 2019, CAMI connects communities and industry through education, communication, and collaboration, by providing resources to the general public, the media, and decision-makers.
“We are excited to join CAMI and help further build out the AAM/UAM ecosystem, not only on the ground, but in the air,” said Wisk’s Vice President of Global Partnerships, Dan Dalton. “Wisk brings not only an aircraft manufacturer with more than a decade of experience and 1500+, full-scale eVTOL flights, but also years of community engagement experience via its operations in New Zealand.”
“Wisk’s technical understanding of autonomous eVTOL aircraft, coupled with our demonstrated ability to listen to communities, makes our partnership with CAMI a critical step in advancing the conversation between eVTOL manufacturers and ground communities. We look forward to collaborating with CAMI and its other members to educate and communicate the value and importance of sustainable and equitable urban air mobility integration,” added Dalton.
Read more about Wisk’s involvement with CAMI here.