UAM Global Market Seen Relying On Tech, Policy, Public

Credit: Artist's concept of Uber Air: Uber
If technology, policy and public acceptance all fall into place, the global market for autonomous urban air mobility (UAM) could be worth $2.9 trillion by 2040, according to Morgan Stanley Research. But if technology is unsuccessful, policy obstructive and the public rejects the transport of people...

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