NASA provides $2.5 million funding to AAM development project

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NASA will fund a multi-university team to develop and test safety systems for advanced air mobility (AAM) vehicles.

The team includes researchers from George Washington University, the University of Texas-Austin, MTI’s Lincoln Lab and Vanderbilt University.

The team will receive $2.5 million to develop and create the safe management for AAM in a three-year project.

The poject aims to tackle three types of hazards:

  1. adverse convective weather (winds and fog),
  2. corridor incursion by non-cooperative aircrafts,
  3. vehicle and component level degradation.
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