New Bidders Emerge For Korea’s K-UAM Challenge

Kencoa displayed Korean drone manufacturer AstroX’s eVTOL personal air vehicle at a UAM expo in mid-August.
Credit: Kencoa Aerospace
Details have emerged of two additional consortia bidding to participate in South Korea’s K-UAM Grand Challenge urban air mobility (UAM) demonstration project. Six teams are now known to have submitted bids, with participants for the first phase of the challenge scheduled to be selected in November...

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