Canadian report identifies short term challenges but long-term gains for advanced air mobility

Canadian Advanced Air Mobility Consortium (CAAM) representatives from Orbit Management Services have conducted an in-depth AAM report, interviewing over 150 industry experts and executives to uncover the key challenges facing the AAM industry in both the short-term (2025) and long-term (2033).

Key findings:
– Short-term challenges: Airspace integration, regulatory fragmentation, certification concerns, regulatory delays, and safety issues.
– Long-term challenges: Fierce competition, ecosystem dependencies, policy ambiguity, certification concerns, and regulatory delays.

Optimistic future outlook:
– Passenger applications, logistics, and enterprise all have unique outlooks, with varying levels of optimism.
– Experts believe that within 10 years, AAM logistics and enterprise applications will revolutionize multiple industries.

The report says the AAM industry faces many diverse challenges coming due to the intersection of technology, society, economics, environment, regulation, and political interests, however it also offers huge potential.

CAAM plans to review the technological hurdles of AAM in more detail.

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