As advanced air mobility (AAM) builds momentum internationally, governments and industry leaders are working to develop critical physical and regulatory infrastructure to ensure safe AAM operation and integration worldwide.
Join us Thursday, Sep. 2, at 4 pm eastern (UTC-4) for the third of a three-part HAI@Work series examining the challenges AAM poses and how the vertical flight industry is responding. At this roundtable discussion, industry leaders from several countries will explore the international status of AAM infrastructure, policy, and regulations, as well as public acceptance and aircraft development.
Scott McKenzie is chair of the New Zealand Helicopter Association. A former Royal New Zealand Air Force helicopter pilot, he runs a consulting firm focusing on aviation project management in addition to safety programs and issues.
Peter Moeller is chair of the European Helicopter Association. After serving as a helicopter pilot in the German Army, he worked as a civilian pilot in Europe and Africa in agricultural, air ambulance, and VIP transport operations. Today, he is the crew training manager at an air ambulance organization in Germany.
Hironobu Onishi is chair of the Association for Promotion of Helicopter Industry, Japan. He is currently the head of civil sales for Airbus Helicopters in Japan.
Eduardo Dominguez Puerta is the chief commercial officer of Vertical Aerospace, a British AAM company developing a next-generation electric vehicle for the AAM market. He previously served as CEO of Airbus Urban Mobility GmbH in Germany.
Chris Martino is senior director, operations and international affairs, at HAI. He oversees the association’s efforts related to manned and unmanned rotorcraft safety, operations, regulations, technology, and international engagements.
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