NASA Names Partners For First Full AAM National Campaign

NASA is working with vehicle developers, airspace service providers and now transportation authorities to enable AAM.
Credit: NASA
NASA has added aircraft autonomy developer Reliable Robotics and 13 other entities to the list of partners that will participate in the agency’s first Advanced Air Mobility National Campaign in 2022. Reliable Robotics will join existing partners Joby Aviation and Wisk Aero in providing vehicles for...
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