Seattle—NASA has rolled out its Grand Challenge plan to help guide, foster and enable the coming generation of urban air mobility (UAM) vehicles and is seeking feedback from industry to fine tune and guide the initiative. Although the emergence of new electric and hybrid electric-powered vertical takeoff and landing vehicles hold the potential to revolutionize society, NASA Aeronautics associate administrator Jaiwon Shin warns that their development could go badly wrong without an ...

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