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Airborne: Reborn - Weekly | Issue 1 | July 6th 2020

As the coronavirus pandemic continues to impact the aviation and aerospace industries in unprecedented ways we explore some of the innovative uses unmanned systems are being put to around the world, at an accelerated pace during the pandemic, in markets as diverse as Canada, India and Mexico.

 

We also get a glimpse of how autonomous aircraft systems are progressing in the hands of aircraft giants Boeing and Airbus, albeit in quite different use cases. US public heavyweights the FAA and NASA push forward with campaigns focused on different parts of the Advanced / Urban Air Mobility arena. Meanwhile Unmanned Traffic Management (UTM) test projects continue to evolve in the US and BAE Systems muscles further into the aircraft electrification market.

 

In commercial space this week SpaceX helped the US Space Force upgrade the GPS constellation, RocketLab suffered their first failed launch and the British Government stumped up half a billion dollars as part of a consortium that's acquiring beleaguered OneWeb out of Chapter 11 bankruptcy.

Lilium outlined their vision for scalable vertiport infrastructure to support the Munich-based unicorn's Lilium Jet aircraft. External development partners will be sought to build-out the landing pads at an anticipated cost of €1-15m depending on location.

 

Journalist Brian Garrett-Glaser looked at Boeing and Kitty Hawk joint-venture Wisk's straight-to-autonomy strategy for Aviation Today. CEO Gary Gysin hinted that scheduled experience flights above New Zealand's scenic South Islands might be the initial mode of operations for their autonomous two-seat Cora aircraft.

 

NASA published a call for further participants in their Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) National Campaign (as reported by eVTOL Insights) with a focus on attracting 'vehicle industry partners' to demonstrate flight operations activities in 2022.

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