The Air Mobility Initiative – Positioning & Guidance Systems (AMI-PGS) project has reached an important milestone, according to project leader Droniq. The partners presented an analysis of the current regulatory approach and departure procedures, as well as the en-route requirements, for manned electrically powered vertical take-off aircraft (eVTOLs) at a meeting at Technical University of Munich.
The scope of the project is to examine the integration of radar-based sensor technologies into UAM ecosystems. AMI-PGS funding project is a research project within the Air Mobility Initiative (AMI) that focuses on the requirements of electrically powered vertical take-off aircraft (eVTOL). It addresses new take-off and landing procedures, GNSS independent positioning as well as connections and the flow of information to an Unmanned Traffic Management (UTM) system.
At the latest review meeting, held at the Technical University of Munich, participants discussed the status of the individual work packages, upcoming milestones, and the outlook for the rest of the year.
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