Wisk Sees Path To Autonomy Without Rule Changes

Wisk is including its remote ground control system within its type certificate application. 

Credit: Wisk Aero
As the only U.S. startup pursuing an autonomous passenger-carrying air taxi from the get-go, wholly owned Boeing subsidiary Wisk has a challenging path ahead on the road to FAA type certification and market entry later this decade. But despite the complexities involved, the company believes there is...

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