Supporting a new era in aviation and the ecosystem that will make it a reality.
Morgan Stanley expects global investments in eVTOL and Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) solutions to be $1.5 trillion by 2040. With growing support from government, rising investment from other sectors, increased collaboration among industry partners, and spikes in consumer interest, AAM is becoming the darling of the transportation industry.
There’s no better way to amplify company messaging than by leveraging announcements at trade shows beyond the walls of the convention center. We’d argue that the best way to do that is to create just a little FOMO for those who couldn’t be there. By producing sizzle reels, visual social media content and targeted native advertising, you can bring your audiences virtually into the show hall. They won’t want to miss next year.Watch Video
AAM, UAM, ODM…what’s the difference?
When urban air mobility was a fledgling industry and beginning to take hold as “a thing,” NASA announced that it would now be called Advanced Air Mobility, or AAM. The urban use case would still refer to this form of eVTOL flight as UAM, but generally, AAM was the new term. Meanwhile, our client, Bell, had been using On Demand Mobility (ODM) and Intelligent Air Mobility (IAM). We collectively thought it was time for a white paper to ease confusion.Learn More
CES is the largest consumer electronics show in the world, drawing hundreds of thousands of early adopters and more than 3,000 journalists for a week in Las Vegas to see the latest in technology. It also has become the place for automotive and mobility to debut new product lines and mind-bending technology and to give the world a glimpse of what the future looks like. Here’s a case study of our work for one client.Learn More