Sesar 3 ATM Partnership Includes Urban Air Mobility

Sesar 3’s €350 million in research projects are intended to advance plans for the digital European sky.

Credit: Sesar 3 Joint Undertaking
Europe’s Sesar 3 public-private partnership for research into air traffic management (ATM) has included urban air mobility (UAM) among 48 projects receiving €350 million ($373 million) in government and industry funding under the framework of its Digital European Sky program. Two of the projects...

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