THIS STUDY HAS

FOUND THE ANSWER,

AND IT IS…

…Well, the answer is that it depends on the distinct characteristics of urban areas themselves.  Because each metropolitan area has a unique DNA, a complex blend of current transportation issues, congestion, population density, airports, transportation infrastructure, regulation, business aviation, GDP, local politics, per capita income, and a host of other factors that contribute to the likelihood of it being an early or late user of eVTOL aircraft.  NEXA has analyzed 75 cities around the world and found that despite the many differences, even the smallest cities will eventually create sustainable and profitable UAM

services for their communities.

Those cities

who will become UAM early birds

possess significant existing UAM infrastructure: heliports, which can be rapidly retrofitted for UAM.  Curiously, UAM infrastructure is often overlooked by industry studies and the aviation press, who understandably concentrate on the breathtaking variety of eVTOL designs rather than slabs of concrete.  Yet even the most advanced vehicles aren’t much use without a place to take off and land.  When attempting to discover heliports in the US and around the world, the authors of this Study found an appalling lack of accurate information.  Using a program called ArcGIS, along with the world’s most advanced satellite imagery, we zoomed into 75 cities and individually counted them, more than 4,300, assessing some $4b

 in existing infrastructure ready

for remediation and

retrofit.

URBAN AIR MOBILITY - ECONOMICS AND

GLOBAL MARKETS

The report has been researched and written to accelerate investment into UAM markets.  City by city.  For infrastructure funds, vehicle manufacturers, CNS/ATM developers and most importantly, future eVTOL operators serving the flying public.

WE CAN SEE OUR

URBAN FUTURE, AND IT IS URBAN AIR MOBILITY. 

This study is a groundbreaking investigation into how the future meets the present.  How does our society transform from the now—the astonishing electric vehicle prototypes, the conferences and summits, the thousand-and-one speculations—into that future of highways in the sky, the future we clearly know is on the way?  It is a crucial question, not just for societal benefits—reduced congestion, greater mobility for those who crave it, scientific and technical jobs, and tax revenues—but also because billions of investment dollars are riding on it.

ArcGIS Analysis

6 BENEFITS OF SUBSCRIBING

INTERPRETING

INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Where should a corporation make strategic investments in the rapidly growing, constantly changing UAM industry? Which opportunities will pay off sooner rather than later? Which cities and countries will be leaders in the field, and which will be latecomers? Which technologies and business models will yield early and substantial returns on investments? In an industry beset by many unknowns, the UAM Market Study is designed to help your company make wise investment

choices.

Interpreting

Investment Opportunities

Where should a corporation make strategic investments in the rapidly growing, constantly changing UAM industry? Which opportunities will pay off sooner rather than later? Which cities and countries will be leaders in the field, and which will be latecomers? Which technologies and business models will yield early and substantial returns on investments? In an industry beset by many unknowns, the UAM Market Study is designed to help your company make wise investment

choices.

Who will first fly eVTOL aircraft? We take a hard look at the transitioning of current helicopter routes to eVTOL aircraft, emergency/medical rescue, business aviation, airport to airport shuttles, and knowledge essential to any UAM business development strategy.

Distinguishing First

UAM Users

New Infrastructure Will Be Key to UAM viability: vertiports, UATM infrastructure service, passenger facilities, lighting and weather systems, airspace planning, and certification. How much will this cost? How many vertiports will each city require in the next five to twenty years and how will they be phased in? How much existing infrastructure—such as helipads and heliports—already exists in each city? Where will new vertiports be built? Who will pay for infrastructure, and how will investors recoup their investment?

Recognizing Infrastructure Needs

Before investing in any aspect of UAM, the prudent investor must understand obstacles in the path of a large-scale city-wide operation. Technological developments, such as vehicle design, longer-lasting batteries, and hydrogen cells, are just one concern. How will the burgeoning UAM industry deal with regulatory barriers, safety, noise, privacy, and public perception?

Understanding Obstacles and

How to Overcome Them

Before cities agree to provide the space for vertiports and regulatory framework for eVTOL flights, they must understand the social and economic advantages such as reduced congestion, jobs, new industries, and tax revenues. Our City Sponsors receive in-depth analysis of their unique urban landscape, with tailored information “content in context.”

With over 60 data layers, our interactive city data sets allow subscribers to analyze their own investment opportunities and business case, an unparalleled tool in today’s emerging UAM market. In addition, sponsors may request information on specific areas of particular interest.  Our data sets will be constantly updated and available to subscribers without further cost for the next 5 years.

Advantages for Cities

Do-It-Yourself Modeling

CHECK OUT OUR PROSPECTUS & PRICING GUIDE FOR MORE INFORMATION ON HOW TO BECOME A SUBSCRIBER TODAY!

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This work product was produced by a research team financed by NEXA Capital, Sponsors and Charter Subscribers.  Charter Subscribers included corporations, institutional investors, associations, government agencies and cities planning to make investments in the future of Urban Air Mobility. NEXA Capital reserves the right to update any assumptions and revise its forecasts at any time to improve the accuracy of its findings.  Subscribers are cautioned to rely upon their own research and analysis to improve the veracity of the estimates herein.

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