Eve continues to expand its global vertiport customer base
(IN SHORT) Eve Air Mobility (Eve) and Swedish-based vertiport developer Kookiejar have signed a letter of intent (LOI) for the deployment of Eve’s Urban ATM (Air Traffic Management) system to support vertiport operations in Dubai. This marks Eve’s first Urban ATM agreement in Dubai and adds Kookiejar as the 10th Urban ATM customer and fifth vertiport customer for Eve. Kookiejar, in collaboration with Air Chateau, is preparing to unveil Dubai’s first state-of-the-art vertiport hub facility, with plans for multiple vertiport networks connected via Eve’s Urban ATM system. The collaboration aims to enable safe and scalable Urban Air Mobility (UAM) operations with a path to commercialization by 2025-2026. Eve’s Urban ATM solution integrates software to facilitate efficient and predictable electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) operations in urban environments. The partnership leverages Atech’s expertise, Embraer’s Air Traffic Control technology and system integrator, to develop the Urban ATM software solution. Dubai’s strategic focus on Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) seeks to seamlessly integrate eVTOLs into existing air traffic management systems and UTM (Unmanned Traffic Management) networks, with the collaboration between Eve and Kookiejar playing a pivotal role in advancing the AAM industry. The partnership aims to create an integrated system for UAM operations, encompassing infrastructure, regulation, and network management services. Eve continues to collaborate with various stakeholders globally to advance technology and concepts supporting UAM operations from an ATM perspective.
(PRESS RELEASE) Dubai, UAE, 2023-Nov-14 — /Travel PR News/ — Eve Air Mobility (“Eve”) (NYSE: EVEX; EVEXW) and Kookiejar, a Swedish-based vertiport developer, have signed a letter of intent (LOI) for Eve’s Urban ATM (Air Traffic Management) system to support vertiport operations in Dubai. The agreement marks Eve’s first Urban ATM agreement in Dubai and Kookiejar becomes the company’s 10th Urban ATM customer and fifth vertiport customer as the company continues to grow its global customer base.
The agreement comes as Kookiejar, along with its local partner Air Chateau, is preparing to showcase Dubai’s first state of the art vertiport hub facility with eight parking pads and a FATO at Al Maktoum Airport, Dubai South. Eve’s Urban ATM (Air Traffic Management) product has been adopted as part of Kookiejar and Air Chateau’s grand vision for Dubai. The vision is a phased implementation program in which networks of vertiports will be connected via Eve’s Urban ATM system to support a safe and scaled Urban Air Mobility (UAM) operations that provides a path to commercialization in 2025-2026.
“Urban air mobility relies on infrastructure within the lower air space as well as accessible takeoff and landing spots – vertiports. Eve’s Urban ATM solution provides an integrated suite of software that will enable an efficient and predictable eVTOL ecosystem,” said Rob Weaver, Urban ATM global business development lead at Eve Air Mobility. “In Dubai, we are looking forward to working with KookieJar as they combine expertise in both ground and air infrastructure to design a flexible, sustainable and reliable vertiport network.”
Eve has engaged Atech, Embraer’s Air Traffic Control technology and system integrator company, to support the development of the Urban ATM software solution. Eve is leveraging Atech’s experience in developing aviation-grade products for ATM systems in Brazil.
“By leveraging decades of experience in one of the largest Urban Air Mobility operations of 1,500+ air taxi operations per day in Sao Paulo, the helicopter capital of the world, Eve’s Urban ATM system gives us the edge to integrate our Vertiports here in UAE and enable ANSPs to increase urban airspace capacity,” said Wassaf Akhtar, chief technology officer at Kookiejar. “This will provide equitable airspace access on our network of vertiports for eVTOLs.”
Kookiejar is already working with stakeholders in Dubai to carefully think about the routes that eVTOLs will take within existing VFR corridors that helicopters use today with its partners Vertiport Hub at Air Chateau and Dubai South. The goal is to have eVTOLs operate seamlessly with existing commercial air traffic management systems and the UTM systems. This strategic agreement will bolster Dubai’s position in the Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) industry by capitalizing on the synergies between Eve and Kookiejar.
From before take-off to after landing, the urban air environment will count on integrated systems, services and technologies being developed by Eve to support eVTOL operations alongside UTM systems and many other airspace users. In the future, the advancement of infrastructure and regulation will rely on these network management services to enable autonomous flight.
The company is also continuing to collaborate with regulators, customers air navigation service providers, fleet operators, vertiport developers, airports and other UAM ecosystems stakeholders globally to advance concepts and develop technology to support initial operation and scaling of UAM operations from an ATM perspective.
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Eve is dedicated to accelerating the Urban Air Mobility ecosystem. Benefitting from a start-up mindset, backed by Embraer S.A.’s more than 50-year history of aerospace expertise, and with a singular focus, Eve is taking a holistic approach to progressing the UAM ecosystem, with an advanced eVTOL project, comprehensive global services and support network and a unique air traffic management solution. Since May 10, 2022, Eve is listed on the New York Stock Exchange where its shares of common stock and public warrants trade under the tickers “EVEX” and “EVEXW”. For more information, please visit www.eveairmobility.com.
The rapid growth of cities puts a strain on ground infrastructure, and more congested traffic poses a threat to the climate. At the same time, suburbs and rural areas risks getting put on the peripheral wayside of society, further increasing the gap between people. The lower air space is a non-utilized resource with the capability to solve societal obstacles. Urban air mobility relies on infrastructure within the lower air space as well as accessible start and landing spots – vertiports. KookieJar draws upon its track record in the region of cutting-edge expertise in both ground and air infrastructure. Together with key partners we provide a unique combination to the global air mobility ecosystem. KookieJar designs, develops and constructs vertiports and its network business model is designed to be a cost-effective structure enabling lower operational costs to the Operators and cities alike thereby moving more people and goods sustainably and efficiently. For more information, please visit: https://kookiejar.com.
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