Urban Aerial Mobility - or 'flying cars' - could present a more flexible way for cities to invest in future infrastructure. Cities can help shape how this technology will be implemented and how it will impact their communities. From ride-sharing to the COVID-19 lockdowns, cities have weathered massive changes in the past few years. These changes have altered how people got around, how they worked, and what fuelled their economies. A surprising new disruption is on its way - but this time cities have time to prepare and shape the solution that works best for their communities. This next disruption goes by many names, but whether you call it Urban Aerial Mobility (UAM), Helicopter 2.0 or even ‘flying cars,’ this new approach to vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL) offers ...read more...
SourceWorld Economic Forum