Advanced Air Mobility Companies Innovate The Workforce

Universal Hydrogen executives with hydrogen capsule
Universal Hydrogen’s Loris Gliner (left), head of powertrain engineering; Anna Goranson, vice president of people; and Mark Cousin, chief technology, officer at the company’s Los Angeles headquarters in front of its 1-megawatt iron bird and gaseous hydrogen capsule.
Credit: Universal Hydrogen
Watch out, legacy aerospace: Advanced air mobility’s new, aggressive companies are targeting talent in various industries—including aerospace—with the aim of helping to decarbonize aviation through startup-style innovation; some even offer company equity as a benefit. Startups are attracting both...

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