Airbus’ Silicon Valley outpost, A³, has launched a project to help fundamentally redefine air traffic management (ATM) to allow many different types of vehicles, including delivery drones and air taxis, to share airspace and enable new missions. The project, called Altiscope, is a simulator for evaluating ATM policy options and operational models at a level that allows regulators, policymakers, operators, city planners and other interested parties to test different approaches and ...

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