Three dozen of the world’s leading electric aircraft developers and experts will be speaking at the CAFE Foundation’s Electric Aircraft Symposium (EAS).
Joby Aviation has transferred its prototype eVTOL aircraft from Santa Cruz, California, to an approved location for expansion of the flight test program.
The California-based startup HyPoint has added three new members to its team as it works to develop hydrogen fuel cell systems for eVTOL aircraft.
NASA and the U.S. Air Force are teaming to develop a “strong and resilient AAM [advanced air mobility] supply chain that can scale as the market matures.”
The U.S. Air Force is looking to fund research into “deep tech” for eVTOLs through its next round of Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) contract awards.
The German eVTOL developer Lilium has shared its vision for “lean, modular” vertiports, eschewing more ambitious skyport concepts.
In partnership with CAFE Foundation and VFS, eVTOL.com is offering three need-based mini-scholarships for the Electric Aircraft Symposium, July 28-30.
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