The Future of Urban Air Mobility

By Dave Clarke | September 19, 2021

These are the key numbers being posited as the Urban Air Mobility industry matures between now and 2035.

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Will Graphene Replace Lithium-Ion Batteries Before eVTOLs Take Off?

By Dave Clarke | September 11, 2021

Graphene batteries may make eVTOLs (flying cars) a reality more quickly than lithium batteries.

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The Answer to Urban Air Mobility Congestion

By Dave Clarke | September 6, 2021

Heads’ up, Airbus. There’s a new air bus coming to town. Actually, it’s coming to downtown, perhaps a downtown near you. Kelekona, a New York City-based start-up, has set its sights on developing a mass transit eVTOL as big as a city bus. With a payload of 10,000 lbs. (about 4500 kg), Kelekona is aiming…

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Is Low SWaP-C Radar the Key to Urban Air Mobility?

By Dave Clarke | July 19, 2021

Low SWaP-C radar will facilitate the development of a feasible detect and avoid system and accelerate autonomous urban air mobility.

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