Orkun Altintas & Amartya De, Frost & Sullivan Experts
The technology space in UAM is becoming increasingly complex as more platforms are moving away from conventional fuels and adopting electrification. There has also been significant impetus in various sub-segments of the UAM value chain such as advanced composites, artificial intelligence, collision-avoidance systems, hydrogen fuel cells, autonomous navigation, propulsion systems and battery technologies.
Given this rapid growth, UAM will fulfill a new unmet need of “flying-on-demand” and “flying-to-work” is expected to be the new norm, taking off in urban hotspots of downtown New York, London and Tokyo. By 2040, cumulative consumer demand will translate into the need for estimated 2.5 million air taxi platform units across the various vehicle capacity types.
Join Orkun Altintas, Consulting Director and Amartya De, Associate Director of Frost & Sullivan's Aerospace & Defense Practice for the Growth Opportunity briefing, “Evolving Global Landscape and Market Opportunities in Urban Air Mobility,” on September 9 at 2 p.m SGT. In this webinar, understand the existing UAM value chain, the state of regulations, and likely roadmap to allow UAM operations globally. In addition, understand the links between the evolving technology supplier landscape and major UAM integrators.
Key benefits of attending this webinar:
• Gain insight into the potential market size of the urban air taxi market across the top 10 cities globally.
• Understand the regional perspectives on UAM regulatory environments and regional initiatives.
• Discover how traditional aerospace players and new age technology disruptors are contributing to the UAM ecosystem.
• Identify key players in the urban air mobility value chain across technology, urban integration, fleet management, operations, and MaaS aggregators.