EHang Partners With Spanish Infrastructure Manager On UAM

Spain’s Globalvia will work with EHang to study opportunities for logistic and passenger UAM services.
Credit: EHang
Building on its concessions to manage highways, railways and tunnels in several countries, Spain’s Globalvia is expanding into urban air mobility (UAM) through a strategic alliance with Chinese autonomous passenger and cargo air vehicle developer EHang. The agreement is part of Madrid-based...
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