New Industry Survey Shows Avionics Momentum Building for Autonomous Air Taxis
Some 30% of professionals in the avionics industry say their companies are actively developing products for the urban air mobility market, and more than half of those already have products in flight testing, according to a survey by Avionics International and Honeywell.
Urban air mobility refers to a new breed of quiet, short-range aircraft, many of them electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) designs. They promise road-weary commuters a way to leapfrog rush-hour gridlock. More than 200 such aircraft are now in development, according to the Vertical Flight Society.
The survey gives an unprecedented view of the hot market for urban air mobility electronics, including:
- Products under development
- Development team organization
- Funding sources
- Expected revenue
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industry professionals had to say about the UAM market.