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Eve and Skyway collaborate for UTAM

Eve Air Mobility Press Release | October 12, 2022

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Eve Air Mobility has signed a letter of intent with Skyway Technologies Corp. (“Skyway”) to provide Eve’s urban air traffic management (“UATM”) software solution, ensuring the traffic management for future urban air mobility (“UAM”) solutions supports the needs and growth of the industry.

Integration of Eve’s UATM solution into Skyway’s air traffic vertiport operation service offerings is expected to increase industry support for eVTOL sales. Eve Image

“Integrating Eve’s UATM solution into Skyway’s air traffic vertiport operation service offerings, further increases industry support for eVTOL sales and pushes Skyway’s services to new heights. This enables airline investments into this sector the ability to close the loop when it comes to operating these aircraft at digitally driven vertiports being developed. It’s an important step forward in bringing UAM to life and we look forward to all the great innovation to come,” said Clifford Cruz, CEO of Skyway.

“The partnership with Skyway will help drive market awareness for Eve as a software supplier to Providers of Services for UAM and help ourselves and others understand how to improve and advance UAM operations,” said Andre Stein, co-CEO of Eve. “We will study the use of Eve’s UATM software solutions for Skyway’s operations and develop an operational model for use in certain missions and regions.”

Eve’s UATM software is an agnostic solution that will enable the integration of all airspace users in the urban environment. This is critical to support the safety, efficiency, and improvement of the entire UAM ecosystem, including fleet and vertiport operators. This new collaboration reinforces Eve’s and Skyway’s commitment to safely integrating and scaling global UAM operations.

This press release was prepared and distributed by Eve Air Mobility.

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