What are the critical elements of Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) requiring global interoperability and harmonization?
Concepts for AAM ecosystems are being developed with and by, States and industry in several regions and under various national or regional regulatory regimes. Through these efforts, challenges and priorities for implementation are starting to be identified. Although it is recognized that AAM ecosystems will be designed to solve primarily local and regional needs and interests, there may be issues requiring consideration at the global level. Interoperability
of systems and capabilities is often presented as an enabler to the deployment of AAM operations in multiple locations, as the use of similar requirements can avoid duplicative or divergent solutions, while fostering trust and acceptance.
Moderator: Ms. Leslie Cary, Former Chief, Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems Section, International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO)
- Mr. Mingcheng Zhang, Ph.D. Candidate, Air Traffic Management Research
Institute (ATMRI), Nanyang Technological University
- Ms. Supreet Kaur, Lead Systems Engineer for the Data & Reasoning Fabric in the Aeronautics Directorate, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)
- Ms. Justine Whitfield, Head of Products, Airways International and Mr. Phil Rakena, Operations Development Specialist, ATS, Airways New Zealand
- Mr. Andrew Hately, UTM Concept Expert, EUROCONTROL Innovation Hub