Skyway and Diverse Vector Aviation Consulting Partner to Expand UAS and AAM/UAM Operational Strategies
Skyway, a leading Urban Air Traffic Management (UATM) operation center and air traffic navigation Provider of Services for UAM (PSU), has announced a partnership with Diverse Vector Aviation Consulting (DVAC), a provider of support, guidance, and focus to companies and organizations within the aerospace and aviation industry.
With the collective experience of DVAC’s seasoned industry professionals and Skyway’s expertise in eVTOL and unmanned aircraft airspace mission planning services, as well as vertiport airspace management, this partnership is committed to designing UAS and AAM/UAM operational strategies that prioritize safety and expeditiousness, facilitating seamless integration of these technologies into the National Airspace System.
“Advanced air mobility and urban air mobility are advancing at an incredible pace, and the need to effectively and safely integrate these technologies into the national airspace system is critical,” said Kevin Karpé, founder and CEO of Diverse Vector Aviation Consulting. “Our team will assist Skyway in bringing the conceptualization and testing of AAM and UAM to a full operational model, paving the way for successful commercialization.”
DVAC’s specialization in air traffic control, airspace and procedural design, air traffic management, and airport operations, coupled with Skyway’s comprehensive vertiport development plan, provides a unique opportunity to design and execute safe and reliable UAS and AAM/UAM operational strategies.
“As the Urban Air Mobility industry continues to evolve, it is critical to have strategic partnerships that prioritize safety and operational efficiency,” said Clifford Cruz, CEO of Skyway. “We are excited to partner with DVAC and leverage their expertise in establishing collaborative relationships with stakeholders and regulators to ensure the successful execution of commercial activities related to UAS and AAM/UAM.”
This partnership marks a significant step towards the future of transportation and the integration of UAS and AAM/UAM technologies into the National Airspace System, with a focus on safety, reliability, and efficiency.