An Initial Assessment of the Potential Weather Barriers of Urban Air Mobility

The Berkeley Institute of Transportation Studies has released a study into the assessment of potential weather barriers of urban air mobility. Urban air mobility (UAM) envisions "Safe, sustainable, affordable and accessible air transportation for passenger mobility, cargo delivery, and emergency management within or traversing a metropolitan area." This study dives into climatology involving airspace. Please refer to the article below for the full assessment into this topic. 


Original article published by EScholarship.org.

 

 

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