Science Direct UAM Report: “Automated flight planning of high-density urban air mobility”
It is August, news flow is quiet, so a good time to publish research reports on the development of UAM. The latest one is from sciencedirect.com entitled “Automated Flight Planning of High-Density Urban Air Mobility.”
The Highlights include:
: Proposed an Automated Flight Planning System (AFPS) for high density UrbanAir Mobility.
: Used visibility graph method to construct a nodal network with minimal node and edges.
: Developed a research framework to identify conflict-free trajectories of high density UAM operations.
: Applied Nash Social Welfare Program (NSWP) to maintain fairness among different UAM service operators.
By Chris Stonor
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