4D Map of Tancheon stream
Photo of Seongnam
4D Map of Seongnam
MintAir, Wemap, and Seongnam metropolis Collaborate to Demonstrate 4D AAM Map
— Eugene Choi, CEO, MintAir
INCHEON, REPUBLIC OF KOREA, October 6, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — MintAir Co. LTD (“MintAir”), a Korean Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) service supplier, has partnered with Wemap Co. (“Wemap”) and the City of Seongnam (“Seongnam”) to reveal a 4D AAM map, a core enabling expertise for AAM flight route growth and operation. Using a industrial drone, the demonstration flight was carried out at the Housing Expo (Jutaekjeonsigwan) web site in Seongnam on September twenty fourth, 2022.
The 4D AAM map was constructed by voxelizing city buildings and airspace. The map offers a exact flying hall for UAV and AAM routes, permits emergency route change, and prevents collusion with obstacles resembling high-rise buildings. Furthermore, the map offers real-time updates of airspace info which is essential for the secure operation of distant piloted or autonomous flights.
“Our mission is to develop the safest advanced air mobility service in both urban and regional routes and the demonstration of the 4D AAM map solution is an important step forward to achieving this mission,” stated MintAir CEO and founder Eugene Choi. “We have successfully demonstrated a critical enabling technology for the safe operation of AAM service in urban routes.”
MintAir and Wemap developed and demonstrated this map answer to arrange for the Okay-UAM Grand Challenge program organized by the Korean Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, and Transport. In May 2022, MintAir shaped a consortium with Lotte Group and its subsidiaries — Lotte Rental, Lotte Engineering & Construction, and Lotte Data Communication – and submitted a proposal to take part in the Okay-UAM Grand Challenge program.
This 4D AAM map will help passenger and cargo transportation through the proposed AAM hub in Seongnam, a satellite tv for pc metropolis in metropolitan Seoul. This hub will boast the means to supply city and regional air service immediately from a serious metropolitan inhabitants heart to wherever in Korea, together with even the most distant locations resembling the Jejudo and Ulleungdo islands.
This demonstration comes on the heels of MintAir’s current announcement about signing a letter of intent so as to add Electra.aero’s nine-passenger eSTOL plane to its fleet to supply regional air service in the Korean market. MintAir additionally introduced forming strategic partnerships with Jaunt Air Mobility and with Skyworks Aeronautics, including their electrical rotorcraft to its eVTOL fleet to supply city air service in Korea.
MintAir is an Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) operator in South Korea. MintAir’s strategy is to facilitate an ecosystem of companions to speed up the adoption of electrical flights in Korea. MintAir partnered with Lotte Group and its subsidiaries forming a consortium to take part in the Okay-UAM grand problem, a Korean authorities initiative to commercialize the AAM service by 2025. MintAir selects its fleet of electrical plane primarily based on 4 standards: superior security underneath energy loss conditions by means of gliding or autorotation, energy-saving carry effectivity, decrease working value, and a transparent path to certification through current laws. The firm plans to launch an city air service utilizing electrical rotorcraft and a regional air service using electrical quick take-off and touchdown autos in the Korean market.
Jongwon “JP” Park
MintAir Co. LTD