Volocopter, the pioneer in Urban Air Mobility (UAM), is cooperating with Lufthansa Industry Solutions. Together we are building Volocopter’s proprietary intelligent and integrated “Urban Air Mobility Software Platform” that will run on Microsoft Azure: VoloIQ. It offers complete digital visibility of the complex UAM ecosystem in real-time. VoloIQ is the digital backbone for enabling the whole Volocopter Urban Air Mobility Services ecosystem and serves as the brain for our air taxi services.
Using artificial intelligence, VoloIQ will enable amongst others:
Urban Air Mobility connects the complete ecosystem of city authorities, existing mobility options e.g. public transportation and ride hailing, flight and ground operations, as well as customer facing services. VoloIQ will process information of all participating components in the ecosystem and make them and their interdependencies digitally visible at all times.
Volocopter has partnered with Singapore’s Institute of Technical Education to launch a VoloCity public exhibition.
The sophisticated VoloIQ digital platform is set to harmonize Volocopter's operations and bring its UAM ecosystem to life.
Volocopter announced that their fixed-winged passenger aircraft, the VoloConnect, completed its first flight in May 2022.
Volocopter ensures safety throughout their urban air mobility ecosystem. But why do we need to manage safety?
Volocopter and Microsoft will develop an aerospace cloud system in that will address the nascent cloud computing requirements for urban air mobility.
Volocopter has been working to keep airborne noise emissions, a major hurdle to launching a commercial urban air mobility (UAM) ecosystem, to a minimum.
On 21 March 2022, Volocopter became a two-time pioneer as the first eVTOL developer to conduct both crewed and remotely piloted test flights in France.
Volocopter has raised USD 170 million in the initial signing of its Series E funding round led by South Korean investor WP Investment.
Volocopter's partnership with DB Schenker on the delivery of VoloDrone is set to revolutionize logistics, unlocking full application potential.
Seletar Aerospace Park, Singapore’s centrepiece for the aerospace sector has been identified as a future Advanced Air Mobility hub.
Volocopter and Aviation Capital Group have entered into an agreement to develop financing solutions to assist with the sale of Volocopter’s eVTOL aircraft.
Volocopter has unveiled a comprehensive VoloPort handbook for the physical infrastructure supporting eVTOL aircraft operations.
Volocopter Kakao Mobility have inked a memorandum of understanding to conduct a feasibility study on introducing UAM in South Korea.
Volocopter, has completed the first crewed public test flight with its 2X eVTOL aircraft in Seoul, South Korea.
Volocopter, Atlantia and Aeroporti di Roma have announced their partnership today to bring electric air taxis to Rome.
Volocopter, has joined the Osaka Roundtable, an institution eager to bring UAM to one of the busiest cities in Asia.
Volocopter’s electric heavy-lift drone VoloDrone conducted its first public flight today at ITS World Congress 2021.
Volocopter and Aerofugia, a subsidiary of China’s Geely Technology Group, announced the finalization of their joint venture company.
Volocopter has partnered with Los Angeles-based Urban Movement Labs to explore the application of Volocopter’s UAM solutions in the Los Angeles area.
Malaysia Airports has announced that it has signed a tripartite memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Skyports and Volocopter.
Volocopter announced today that it has secured Production Organisation Approval (POA) in compliance with the EASA.
Volocopter flew their Volocopter 2X electric vertical take-off and landing aircraft at Le Bourget Airfield during the Paris Air Forum.
Near Earth Autonomy and Volocopter’s will test Near Earth Autonomy’s autonomous flight technology on Volocopter’s VoloDrone aircraft.
Volocopter and Geely Technology Group presented the 2X for the first time in China at Geely’s booth at Auto Shanghai 2021.
Volocopter has published “The Roadmap to Scalable Urban Air Mobility” outlining what is needed to operate a full ecosystem enabling urban air mobility.
Urban air mobility pioneer Volocopter announced the signing of their Series D funding round today, raising €200 million in additional capital.
Volocopter has announced that the FAA has positively accepted their application for concurrent Type Certificate validation on 22 December 2020.
Volocopter and ADAC Luftrettung announced today that ADAC Luftrettung has reserved two VoloCity electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) aircraft.
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