eVTOL Noises Off (Or at Least Significantly Quieter)

By Dave Clarke | March 24, 2023

Reducing the impact of ambient noise eVTOLs will generate will be one of the keys to the implementation of successful UAM/AAM commercial operations.

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Teaching eVTOL Batteries to Teach Themselves to Self-Diagnose

By Dave Clarke | March 18, 2023

The lithium-ion batteries at the heart of the eVTOL revolution will be tasked with performance gymnastics unlike those asked of any electric-powered vehicles in history. Start. Stop. Take off. Fly. Land. And then . . . do it again. And again. The batteries will discharge power and need to be recharged dozens of times a…

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Weather or Not – AAM Operators Need to Know

By Dave Clarke | February 28, 2023

As advanced air mobility (AAM) and urban air mobility (UAM) operators prepare for takeoff, perhaps the one constant they can count on is weather. From hot today to chilly tomorrow, eVTOL operations are especially sensitive to weather. Scientists and researchers, Ashima Sharma, Jay Patrikar, Brady Moon, Sebastian Scherer, and Constantine Samaras conducted a study sponsored…

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Ring’s New Drone Cam Comes Home

By AeroCar Journal Staff | February 15, 2023

Amazon’s new Always Home Drone Cam is the latest in home security.

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