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Rob Mather, Vice President of Aerospace and Defense Industries at IFS, highlights the potential growth of the Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) sector in the United States. According to Deloitte, AAM is poised to become a $115 billion industry by 2035. However, achieving this ambitious goal requires more than just the expansion of AAM assets; it necessitates substantial developments in infrastructure and asset sustainability.
Advanced Air Mobility encompasses far more than just Advanced Air Vehicles (AAVs). Its success hinges not only on advancements in technology and the expansion of AAV manufacturing, from design and development to production but also on the establishment of robust ground-based support systems. This includes critical components like infrastructure development, maintenance capabilities, and spare parts provisioning. Collectively, these elements constitute the foundational ecosystem essential for the future of AAM operations.
Read the full article from IFS here.