The barriers preventing eVTOLs from flying — and how to overcome them


VTOL (vertical take-off and landing) aircraft are coming but not anytime soon. Aircraft progress ranges from conceptual designs to complete prototypes and early test flights. But we’re a while off from commercial aviation. Further, a focus on the aircraft and the required regulations has overlooked the management of their journeys. I recently spoke with Corvin Huber, CEO, and CTO of Skyroads, to find out more, and it left me convinced that commercial electric VTOLs aren’t hitting the skies anytime soon.  Building digital roads in the sky means preparing on the ground Skyroads is developing an automated airspace management and vehicle…

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