50 Smartest Companies of the Year 2020 – Silicon Review

August 26, 2020

In recent times, due to the ever-growing vehicle population, commuting has become very difficult. McKinsey had reported that more than two workweeks are spent in traffic by a typical Los Angeles commuter. A new hope has risen to end our commuting woes in the form of Urban Air Mobility (UAM). It is a term that is used in the aviation industry and it refers to on-demand transportation in a new generation of vertical take-off and landing aircraft, also known as VTOLs. Traffic is getting beyond worse, and it is becoming increasingly difficult for people to go from one place to another. UAM leverages the sky to better link people to cities and regions, giving them more possibilities to connect.