Urban Air Mobility Market Draws Automotive Attention

autonomous logistics aircraft
Elroy Air’s Chaparral system can autonomously deliver up to 500 lb. of cargo over distances up to 300 mi.
Credit: Elroy Air
When Hyundai officially threw its hat into the urban air mobility (UAM) ring with the debut of its S-A1 electric vertical-takeoff-and-landing (eVTOL) concept in January at CES, the big consumer technology event in Las Vegas, the automaker’s head of urban air mobility, Jaiwon Shin, asserted that the...

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