Once again, our ANRA Huddle webinar series has left a lasting impact, and we’re thrilled to bring you the highlights from our latest edition, “Connecting Digital Infrastructure to Vertiports,” which took place on January 16, 2024.
If you couldn’t join us live or wish to revisit the insightful discussions, you can catch the full recording below.
The webinar took a deep dive into the pivotal role of digital infrastructure in effectively managing and operating Urban Air Mobility (UAM) vertiports. Our esteemed panel of experts explored a spectrum of technical demands, including connectivity, data management, airspace integration, and security – all crucial elements for ensuring safe and efficient operations.
Anthony Tezla -Manager, State Local Partnerships at Supernal, shared insights into the ecosystem requirements for city activation and vertiports, drawing on their expertise as an aircraft OEM.
Ty Le Roy – Founder and Co-owner of NAVOS Air, provided valuable contributions on instrument approach to vertiports, covering on-and-off airport and heliport-to-vertiports considerations.
Ian Coutts – Aviation Consultant at Arcadis, discussed the perspective of airport and vertiport design, emphasizing the implementation principles required for seamless integration.
Chris Hill – Senior Director of Safety at Helicopter Association International, offered insights into the crewed to uncrewed aviation perspective, painting a broader picture of safety considerations.
Brent Klavon – Chief Strategy Officer at ANRA Technologies, brought forth the perspective of digital infrastructure, shedding light on the Vertiport Management System and Provider Services for Urban Air Mobility (PSU).
The session was graciously moderated by Miriam McNabb, Editor at DroneLife. Miriam’s unique style ensured a smooth flow of discussion, facilitating questions and topics that contributed to an engaging and insightful conversation among the panelists.
We extend our sincere gratitude to all the panelists for sharing their time, expertise, and valuable insights. We also thank our audience for their continued support of the ANRA Huddle webinar series.
We invite you to stay tuned for future sessions in 2024.