AeroMobil at Davos

AeroMobil became the first company from Slovakia to attend the 46th World Economic Forum in Davos, which is attended by 2500 participants from 100 countries.​​

One of the important guests among the business leaders, from more than 25 sectors and industries, is Martin Bruncko, who is the Chief Strategy and Financial Officer for the company AeroMobil. Discussions will be held at Davos between potential investors, political leaders, entrepreneurs and global personalities in particular on the subjects of the transformation of passenger traffic and the fourth industrial revolution, which is one of the key themes of this year's Economic Forum.

"The automotive and aerospace industries, thanks to the development of digital technology in recent years, is undergoing profound changes. AeroMobil is fully a part of this revolution "- said Martin Bruncko, who is a recipient of the Young Global Leader Award by the World Economic Forum.

Previous industrial revolutions saw humanity’s progress pushed forward through electricity, mass production and information technologies. The most recent advances were brought to life thanks to the mobile internet, ubiquitous sensors and artificial intelligence, which all reflect hugely accelerated changes in every industry - including automotive (autonomous) and aviation (organization of airspace). As expected participants at the forum in Davos, over the next ten years we will experience, in all areas including transport, more progress than in the last fifty years thanks to digital technological advances.

In both the worlds of automotive and aerospace industries, innovation connects AeroMobil to the debate on the future of passenger transport and takes it to a whole new level. Also, thanks to government grants for research and development activities in Slovakia, AeroMobil created a number of unique solutions that are being applied to the final product and paving the way for increased involvement of domestic and foreign experts. AeroMobil is moving forward by improving the design while also working on a new prototype to provide an innovative means of transport to be seen as an exceptional transport solution with a number of advanced technological features.

AeroMobil obtained support last year under the JRC (Joint Research Centre of the EU), who is currently preparing a strategic document to support the development of emerging sectors of flying cars in Europe. AeroMobil is featured in this study showcase.

About AeroMobil

AeroMobil is a leader in mobility in three dimensions with a vision to liberate personal mobility from the ground and into the skies. AeroMobil develops the most flexible, capable and efficient range of personal aerial vehicles (PAVs) designed for door to door travel in intra and inter-urban environments, reducing congestion and emissions while increasing proximity and convenience for citizens, cities and society. 

AeroMobil is pioneering the development and commercialisation of flying cars, developing cutting edge technology to produce a range of vehicles for short take-off and landing (STOL) and vertical take-off and landing (VTOL). This includes electric propulsion systems, battery technology and control systems for piloted and autonomous flight for transportation on the ground and in the air to support short and longe range personal air travel with eVTOLs. 

AeroMobil adopts an iterative approach to the development of personal air transportation in line with technology readiness, legislation and market acceptance. We believe the future offers unbounded opportunity for air mobility at scale but requires a pragmatic and considered approach to ensure technology and solutions implemented are safe, reliable and effective through partnership and collaboration with regulators, governments and cities to realise the benefits of all. 

The first flying car from AeroMobil provides increased flexibility and versatility for the customer as it combines the best of automotive and aerospace technology into one vehicle while respecting the limits of current technology and the regulatory environment. It is the first step in our journey towards air Mobility-as-a-service (aMaaS) which will make personal transportation vastly more efficient and environmentally friendly by allowing significantly faster door-to-door travel over short and medium distances, and in areas with limited road or public transport infrastructure.

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