From commercial plane manufacturers to NASA and the Air Force, aerospace companies are deploying augmented reality and virtual reality (AR/VR) for a range of solutions.
“With the help of a Virtual Reality simulation that was developed by ZyenaLABS GmbH, study participants were able to experience a flight in an air taxi in VR. So far, we have had almost 250 participants and 30 more to come during the next few days, with ages ranging from 17 to 80 years old. Public interest in this study has been overwhelming’’
Within the framework of the research project GABi, which sought to investigate drivers and barriers of UAM adoption, data were collected in the timeframe of September to December 2019 across the Ingolstadt area. The questionnaire covered a wide range of topics: prior knowledge of and interest in UAM, the evaluation of different use cases, general attitudes towards the technology, individual usage intentions and acceptance factors as well as relevant demographic variables. Due to air taxis being at the center of public discourse in the focal region, a large part of the questionnaire focused on the use case of passenger transportation. The results provide a comprehensive overview of citizen’s opinions on UAM use cases in general and the case of air taxis in particular
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