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air mobility

The rapid movement of personnel, materiel and forces to and from or within a theater by air. This includes both airlift and air refueling. See also air refueling.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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The Public Accounts Committee today held two proceedings involving the development of the Air Mobility project and the Johor-Singapore Vehicle Entry Permit (VEP) and Road Charges (RC) System Project that comes under the purview of the Ministry of Transport (MOT).
China-based UAV technology platform company EHang has announced it has selected Guangzhou as its first urban air mobility (UAM) pilot city globally for the establishment of a low-altitude aviation transportation network, the company said.
M2 EQUITYBITES-August 9, 2019-EHang selects Guangzhou as pilot city for launch of 1st global urban air mobility
Travel Business Review-August 9, 2019-EHang selects Guangzhou as pilot city for launch of 1st global urban air mobility
The collaboration is aimed at developing hybrid-electric and fully-electric propulsion systems for urban air mobility.
Japan-based Denso, the world's second largest mobility supplier, has partnered with Honeywell, a Fortune 100 company and aerospace manufacturer, to develop hybrid-electric and fully-electric propulsion systems for urban air mobility.
Honeywell and Jaunt Air Mobility have signed a memorandum of understanding to define avionics, navigation, flight control, an electric propulsion system and connectivity solutions for Jaunt Air Mobility's planned electrical vertical takeoff and landing, or eVTOL, aircraft.
- Partnership allows DENSO opportunity to bring world-class automotive technology, design and development capabilities at a mass scale into Urban Air Mobility space -
Air Mobility Command (AMC), a major command headquartered at Scott AFB, IL, was created June 1, 1992.
About two weeks after McConnell received its first two KC-46s, Reserve Citizen Airmen from the 730th Air Mobility Training Squadron at Altus AFB, Oklahoma, dignitaries and Air Force leaders accepted Alms's first Pegasus aircraft.
'In one year, we have progressed from a conceptual design to a flying prototype,' said Boeing chief technology officer Greg Hyslop, adding that Boeing will leverage its decades of aviation expertise to create an air mobility technology that's 'safe, innovative and responsible.' Boeing subsidiary Aurora Flight Sciences, a leading developer of innovative aircraft and autonomous systems that Boeing acquired in 2017, designed the electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) aircraft.

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