Until There’s Data, Insurance Remains Question For AAM

The architectural rendering of the DIFCO vertiport, which is serving as a use-case model.
Credit: DIFCO
As Dana Jensen, senior industrial policy analyst, keeps watch over the development of advanced air mobility (AAM) vehicles and their supply chains through the lens of the U.S. Air Force Agility Prime initiative, he has a recurring thought. Of all the challenges to overcome—the technologies of the...

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