MOVE Asia: Propelling Urban Air Mobility Towards Being

by Global Sky Team

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In this episode of Asian Skycast, Jeffrey C. Lowe of Asian Sky Group and Asian Sky Media moderates this MOVE Asia panel featuring Lionel Sinai-Sinelnikoff from AscentHon Lung Chu from Volocopter and Sanjay Suresh from Skyports, where they talk about the current workings of UAMs in the Asia-Pacific.

Main Content


Panelist introductions


What does Urban Air Mobility mean to you?


What projects are you working on at the moment?


Using logistics when it comes to cargo drones.


What technical challenges do you see?


How do consumers view UAM?


AAM Ascent eVTOL Hon Lung Chu Lionel Sinai-Sinelnikoff MOVE Asia Sanjay Suresh Skyports UAM Volocopter

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