Poll: What Concerns You Most About AAM Integration in the NAS?
Oct 9, 2021
As advanced air mobility (AAM) companies continue to innovate to shape the future of on-demand air mobility, many are calling for real AAM operations to begin in the National Airspace System in 2023. At the 2021 NBAA Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (NBAA-BACE), a panel of AAM experts will discuss how operators and federal regulators can ensure that this integration is handled safely, in both the short term and in the long term as AAM operations increase.
The Wednesday, Oct. 13 session “Advanced Air Mobility – Blue Skies Ahead?,” will feature the following panelists:
- Eric Allison, Joby Aviation
- Dan Dalton, Wisk
- Brad Hayden, RoboticSkies
- Dr. Parimal Kopardekar, NASA
- David Rottblatt, Eve Urban Air Mobility
Panelists will discuss the barriers to entry in AAM space, how AAM operators can co-exist with existing airspace users, operating within the existing regulatory framework and the needed infrastructure to make AAM a reality.
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