Infrastructure is a major step towards future AAM (Advanced Air Mobility) but not the final one. Even if we have all kinds of flying taxis and cargo drones, and dedicated vertiports are slowly starting to be built, we need the glue that brings it all together. This is what air traffic management tools are supposed to do, and a new generation must be tailored to the specific requirements and challenges of this new world.

Can you picture invisible flight routes being automatically generated in order to guide both air taxis and cargo drones? This isn’t part of some video game, but a vision for the near future. Far away from traffic jams, and politely co-existing with the other conventional commercial flights, unmanned aircraft are getting ready to become a regular presence in urban centers.

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