Demand for UAM appears to be generally growing for transportation of passengers and cargo. A variety of business models ...
Demand for UAM appears to be generally growing for transportation of passengers and cargo. A variety of business models appear to be emerging. Future projections show the increasing trend will continue. But is the UAM industry ready to meet the demand? Is the eco system ready to integrate many types of eVTOLs occupying the airspace? In this panel, we will discuss the difference in demand for UAM in the USA and Europe, and the challenges faced by the research organisations, regulators, ANSPs and the industry on both continents and beyond. We will explore similarities and differences in the approach taken in the USA and Europe. Finally, we will identify common areas of collaboration for stakeholders from both continents.
Munish Khurana Moderator
Senior Manager Business Development
Director Aeronautics Research Institute
Regulation and Public Policy Global Lead
Eve Air Mobility
Acting Chief Operating Officer
Air Traffic Organization (ATO), FAA
Maria Algar Ruiz
Programme Manager Drones
Head of UTM
Chief Strategy and International relations Office