Flying Forward research project announced 10 demonstrations showing urban air mobility solutions

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According to unmannedairspace.info, Europe’s Flying Forward research project has announced 10 live demonstrations that will show the capabilities of urban air mobility (UAM) solutions.

The demonstrations will be carried out in five Living Labs across Europe: Eindhoven High Tech Campus, Milan’s Ospedale San Raffaele scientific hospitalisation and treatment institute, Tartu Science Park, University of Oulu and Zaragoza City Council.

Flying Forward has defined three stages of development for these demonstrators:

Stage 1: Regulatory, governance and technology research and development as well as technical integration.

Stage2: Experimentation and validation

Stage 3: Regulatory, governance and technology integration propel scalability and sustainability.

The Flying Forward 2020 three-year-long research project aims to create an UAM ecosystem with the help of these demonstrations.

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