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A³ by Airbus (“A-cubed”) is the advanced projects and partnerships outpost of Airbus in Silicon Valley with the mission to define the future of flight.

A number of innovative Urban Air Mobility projects currently being researched included Skyways, Vahana and CityAirbus autonomous flying vehicle concepts

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CityAirbus Passes Propulsion Testing Phase, 03-Oct-17 : CityAirbus electric VTOL passes first full-scale testing for the propulsion system.

Airbus Racer High-Speed Demonstrator, 20-Jun-17 : Airbus unveiled configuration of Racer (Rapid And Cost-Effective Rotorcraft) high speed demonstrator in develop as part of the Clean Sky 2 European research programme

A³ by Airbus and AUVSI Cooperation, 24-Apr-17 : A³, Airbus advanced projects at Silicon Valley, and AUVSI (Assoc. for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International) to cooperate in developing standards for self-piloted passenger aircraft in urban areas

Airbus Selects SingPost as Skyways Logistics Partner, 17-Apr-17 : Airbus Helicopters selects Singapore Post (SingPost) as its logistics partner for the innovative Skyways parcel delivery project, a trial phase of new unmanned aerial package delivery system

Vahana by A³, 01-Apr-17 : Vahana is a project underway from February 2016 to develop a self-piloted flying vehicle platform for individual passenger and cargo transport

01-Apr-17 - Skyways by A³
01-Apr-17 - CityAirbus by A³

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