Europe’s AiRMOUR research project has launched a large-scale training programme on Urban Air Mobility (UAM). The training consists of three online courses with several modules and two masterclasses. The purpose is to give different stakeholders insights into the use of drones in Emergency Medical Services. The training is coordinated by LuxMobility in collaboration with Eurocontrol It is the third cornerstone in the AiRMOUR UAM Toolbox which also includes a GIS tool and a UAM Guidebook.
The first online course will start in May and continues in June. It introduces the theme of Urban Air Mobility and how it can support Emergency Medical Services. The course is targeted at stakeholders working in cities or regional authorities and in traditional aviation. It may also be of interest to industry leaders and drone operators looking to expand their services in the medical sector.
“The first of its kind, this training programme is a unique opportunity to learn how drones can assist medical staff in their life saving work. It will introduce Urban Air Mobility, which is an emerging concept that is likely to become a reality in the near future. You will hear information from leading experts in the aviation, medical and drone industries. I urge any stakeholders with an interest in this topic to join this insightful training”, says Senior Consultant Lucy Mascarenhas from LuxMobility.
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