Airbus established an outpost in Silicon Valley in 2015 to explore ideas that could disrupt its business and the industry. Called A3, the unit has launched the Vahana autonomous air taxi, Transpose reconfigurable cabin concept and Voom on-demand helicopter service. Now A3 has unveiled a project to help fundamentally redefine air traffic management (ATM) to allow many different types of vehicles, including delivery drones and air taxis, to share airspace and enable new missions. The ...

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