Boeing Backs Wisk As Path To Electric Propulsion And Autonomy

Wisk Cora eVTOL prototype
Wisk has completed more than 1,500 test flights with multiple Cora eVTOL prototypes.
Credit: Wisk
When Boeing formed its HorizonX innovation unit in 2017, some of its first venture capital investments were in electric and autonomous aviation. The trend continued later that year when Boeing acquired Aurora Flight Sciences and, in mid-2018, when it formed the Boeing NeXt future transportation unit...

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